IncMats Website Update

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Re: IncMats Website Update

Postby Marek14 » Mon Jun 24, 2019 9:20 am

Klitzing wrote:Just 2 months later the next update of my IncMats website is up already! 8)

2019 / 6 / 22
- added an own page on ridge facetings as well as several according sub-pages
- added an own page on lace simplices, listing all the easiest cases each
- added a section on the Dehn-Summerville equations for simplicial polytopes
- several broken links, esp. on the pages for hyperbolic tilings and to pics of polyterons, now got fixed
- exactly 50 new incmats files as well as nearly 150 additional incidence matrices, many of them for various segmentotera, thus summing up to the following totals:

Total count of actually available polytopes: 3448
Total count of contained incidence matrices: 8256

--- rk


Speaking of hyperbolic tilings, I made some new hi-def images of some, thanks to new HyperRogue features that allow for displaying of general Archimedean tilings. If you want, we could update their page :)
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Re: IncMats Website Update

Postby Klitzing » Sat Nov 23, 2019 9:06 pm

Next IncMats website update got uploaded.

Changes 2019 / 11 / 23:

- completed the list of all possible up to 5D lace simplices, which use links marked 2 or 3 only
- further downloadable excel spreadsheets, eg. in order to calculate the circumradius of lace prisms and of trigonics respectively
- several new uniform compounds, some with ex components:
  spohi (5) and sody (10), kepisna (6) and pedisna (12), kidisna (10) and ditusna (20);
  others with ico components: kitapna (4) and bitapna (8), kitefa (6) and bitefa (12)
- added a section on the Coxeter-Moser polytopes, a.k.a. regular maps
- even more broken links, esp. to pics of polyterons, now got fixed
- cross-linking to Nan Ma's page on regular stars
- nearly 60 new incmats files as well as nearly 150 additional incidence matrices, many of them in 5D


(Sorry @Marek14 for not having replied to you so far. I did get your provided pics. But still hadn't enough time to exchange them one by one.)

--- rk
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