The universality theorem for neighborly polytopes
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In this note, we prove that every open primary basic semialgebraic set is stably equivalent to the realization space of a neighborly simplicial polytope. This in particular provides the final step for Mnëv‘s proof of the universality theorem for simplicial polytopes.
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)52B40 52C40 14P10
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