Review of Chains and Cochains
Recall (e.g.,[Hud ]) that a closed convex linear cell is the convex hull of finitely many points in Euclidean space. A convex linear cell complex K is a finite collection of closed convex linear cells in some ℝN such that if 𝜎 ∈ K then every face of 𝜎 is in K, and if 𝜎, 𝜏 ∈ K then the intersection 𝜎 ∩ 𝜏 is in K.
KeywordsSimplicial Complex Cohomological Dimension Injective Resolution Cohomology Sheaf Dimensional Cell
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