volume 31, issue 4, P567-586 2004
DOI: 10.1007/s00454-004-0777-3
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Abstract: Abstract. Suppose that X is a finite set and let R X denote the set of functions that map X to R. Given a metric d on X , the tight span of (X, d) is the polyhedral complex T (X, d) that consists of the bounded faces of the polyhedronIn a previous paper we commenced a study of properties ofholds for all x, y ∈ X . Here we continue our study, considering geometrical properties of the tight span of an antipodal metric space that arise from a metric with which the tight span comes naturally equipped. In particul…

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