Mark Broadie

A note on triangulating the 5-cube

Coauthor(s): Richard Cottle.

We show that any triangulation of the 5-cube I5 by complete truncation, i.e., "slicing off" the even (or the odd) vertices, cannot use less than 67 or more than 68 pieces.

Source: Discrete Mathematics
Exact Citation:
Broadie, Mark, and Richard Cottle. "A note on triangulating the 5-cube." Discrete Mathematics 52, no. 1 (1984): 39-49.
Volume: 52
Number: 1
Pages: 39-49
Date: 1984