A Non-Visiting Path, Nested Cones and Onion Skins
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: A Non-Visiting Path, Nested Cones and Onion Skins
Abstract : We prove that the skeleton graph of a cell of an oriented matroid is still connected, if we delete all nodes adjacent to one facet. As an application we solve a problem stated by T. Terlaky.
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