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The concept set° It turns out that the former and dualization and to the subgroups decomposition and observations gives To,T I , A 1 =: <(13)(45) the dodecahedral j C JI "(a I ..... an) j (b I ..... bn)" a i m 0(2) with respect A o=: <(14)(32) for to the "tile" t(a I ..... an ) =: {(x I ..... x n) E ~ n a i m I(2)}; 2 (a i - bi)(b i - I) m 0(2) (a I .... ,an) J (ai+l)/2 if aj= j E Jo' (the construction of the topological real- one behaves much nicer with of the "star-complex") than the latter. Standard constructions: IT11 × IT21 ~ cartesian and of IT 1 × T21 product t2 J s2 ITII of as and T 1 × T2 T2 T2 the partially with "(tl,t2) IT21 with T l .

A tessel- with a pl-homeomorph- IT]o T = {(al, ~o o,an) Examples: if and only if ] a i 6 {O,I , 2}} (a i - bi)(b i - l) = 0 lation of the n-dimensional cube tjo,j I =: {(x I ..... x n) I In E xj = 0 for any pair of disjoint (Jo,Jl) • ) In the definition t < s ~ s = t"o for all with "(a| ,~oo 'an) < (b] ,o °°' b n )" i = I ..... n gives the standard tessel- In; the "tile" for subsets of a partially j C Jo' xj = i of ordered [I ..... n} for j 6 Jl } which and of dimension set we include the axiom is defined n-iJoI-[JiI "s j t and 57 corresponds to aj = I j C {I .....

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