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"Let's assume your algebraic set consists of vertices."
Let's not. The algebraic *type* is the set of vertices. That means the algebraic set is the set of sets of vertices. The notation T(k) where k is a constant is just an abreviation for T({k}). I've said all this before.
/*
Maybe the abbreviation T{k} would be better. Actually I have
considered: T<string> for T({"string"}), T[number] for T({number}).
*/
Received on Fri Nov 11 2005 - 05:06:18 CST