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This paper will describe some recent developments in an area where combinatorics and complexity theory on the one hand, and geometry and topology on the other, have interacted in several fruitful ways. By a subspace arrangement we mean a finite collection of affine subspaces in the Euclidean space ℝn. There is a long tradition of work on hyperplane arrangements, i.e., concerning subspaces of codimension 1. Here, however, the emphasis will be entirely on arrangements of subspaces of arbitrary dimensions, about which much less is known.

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Björner, A. (1994). Subspace Arrangements. In: Joseph, A., Mignot, F., Murat, F., Prum, B., Rentschler, R. (eds) First European Congress of Mathematics . Progress in Mathematics, vol 3. Birkhäuser Basel. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-0348-9110-3_10

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