Hello, newbie here (well, new member anyway; I first looked at this site years ago). Some confusion/contradiction from the wiki (which I like very much overall):

From the Rotatope article ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Rotatope ): "Rotatopes of two dimensions or higher also function as expanded rotatopes: a rotatope which is (at its minimal frame) homeomorphic to a set of toratopes of lower or equal dimension." (Note that the only qualification of rotatopes there is that they be of two dimensions or higher.)

From the "Expanded rotatope" article ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Expanded_rotatope ): "The expanded rotatope of a closed toratope is the unique rotatope that is homeomorphic to the toratope." (emphasis mine)

The "List of toratopes" article ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/List_of_toratopes ) lists an expanded rotatope for each toratope (both open and closed) listed (of course, this list only lists the toratopes from dimensions 2 through 5)

So my question is, can/should the adjective "closed" before the word "toratope" in the "Expanded rotatope" article be removed or replaced with "of two dimensions or higher" after the word "toratope" (if the expanded rotatopes have to be at least 2D than so do the rotatopes which have expanded toratopes).

Thanks in advance to anyone who can be of assistance with this.