Internal Complexity (IC)

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Internal Complexity (IC)

Postby Mecejide » Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:18 pm

This is a way of measuring how starry a polytope is. It is equal to how many distinct regions the polytope splits space into, including the exterior. For example, the ICs of the regular dodecahedra:
Sissid-2 or 14, depending on the filling method
Gissid-2 or 64, depending on the fillng method
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