
COMMENTS

A simplicial complex is a space with a triangulation. Formally, a simplicial complex K in R^n is a collection of simplices of in R^n such that: (1) Every face of a simplex of K is in K, and (2) The intersection of any two simplices of K is a face of each of them (Munkres 1993, p. 7).  Jonathan Vos Post, Feb 03 2011


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J. R. Munkres, Simplicial Complexes and Simplicial Maps, Section 1.2 in Elements of Algebraic Topology, New York: Perseus Books Pub., pp. 714, 1993.
