1984

Topological features of polyhedra

Examples of Integrated, Multi-set Concept Schemes (Annex 19)

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See other Examples of Integrated, Multi-set Concept Schemes. The concept scheme described here is discussed in the paper on: Patterns of N-foldness: comparison of integrated multi-set concept schemes as forms of presentation. This was prepared for a sub-project meeting of the Forms of Presentation group of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development (GPID) project of the United Nations University (UNU). The annexes were published in Patterns of Conceptual Integration. Brussels, UIA, 1984, pp. 161-204
 

 

 

Table of number of elements in various figures (incomplete)

F = face V = vertex E= edge FV= faces + vertices FE = faces +edges VE = edges +vertices T = F + V + E T2 = T + 2 C = circles A = axes of symmetry

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