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Let the cycle z be equal to zero on all the other edges of triangulation incident to the vertex A of the triangle ,12 and different from the edges T and g. Then necessarily b = c and the cycle z is homologous to another cycle z' which on the edges t, T, (J assumes respectively the values a + b, 0, O. Given this, the values of the cycles z and z' coincide on all the other edges of triangulation. In other words, the cycle z can be taken from the sum of the edges T and (J, and its value b can be directed along the edge t.
Ps are sometimes referred to as torsion coefficients of the simplicial complex X in dimension k. 6 Examples of Calculations of Homology Groups. Homologies of Two-dimensional Surfaces Zero-dimensional homology groups Linearly connected polyhedron Any two vertices of a connected polyhedron are homologous Fig. 5 1) Zero-dimensional homology groups. To begin with, we shall calculate a zero-dimensional homology group Ho(X) of a linearly (arcwise) connected polyhedron X. A polyhedron (a simplicial complex) is called linearly connected if any pair of its points can be joined by a continuous arc lying wholly in the polyhedron.
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