Combinatory Analysis - Volume 2 by Percy A. MacMahon

By Percy A. MacMahon

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The face ring (or the Stanley{Reisner ring ) of a simplicial complex K on the vertex set m] is the quotient ring k(K ) = k v1 ; : : : ; vm]=IK ; where IK is the homogeneous ideal generated by all square-free monomials v = vi1 vi2 vis (i1 < < is ) such that = fi1 ; : : : ; is g is not a simplex of K . The ideal IK is called the Stanley{Reisner ideal of K . Suppose P is a simple n-polytope, P its polar, and KP the boundary of P . Then KP is a polytopal simplicial (n ? 1)-sphere. 38 coincides with that of KP from the above de nition: k(P ) = k(KP ).

2 u u u u ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??? ??? 0 ??? ??? ? ? ? ? 5. The cubical complex cc(K ). (a) K = 3 points u u ? 12. 4 (a). 4 (b) shows that for the case K = @ 2 , the boundary complex of a 2-simplex. 5 (a) and (b). 2. CUBICAL SUBDIVISIONS OF POLYTOPES AND SIMPLICIAL COMPLEXES 55 Remark. As a topological space, cub(K ) is homeomorphic to jK j, while cc(K ) is homeomorphic to j cone(K )j. On the other hand, there is the cubical complex cub(cone(K )), also homeomorphic to j cone(K )j.

It was nally disproved with the appearance of the following theorem. 34 (Edwards, Cannon). The double suspension SHn of any homology n-sphere SHn is homeomorphic to S n+2 . This theorem was proved by Edwards 58] for some particular homology 3spheres and by Cannon 39] in the general case. The following example provides a non-PL triangulation of the 5-sphere and therefore disproves the manifold Hauptvermutung in dimensions > 5. 35 (non-PL simplicial 5-sphere). Let SH3 be any simplicial homology 3-sphere which is not a topological sphere.

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