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Crumpled cubes that are not highly complex

Author: Robert J. Daverman
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 71 (1978), 325-328
MSC: Primary 57N50
MathSciNet review: 500515
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Abstract: It is proved that any crumpled n-cube $ C,n \geqslant 5$, whose wildness is contained in an $ (n - 2)$-manifold S in Bd C must be of Type 2, which is to say that its wildness, though possibly complicated, is not incredibly complicated.

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Keywords: Wild embedding, locally flat embedding, crumpled cube, closed n-cell-complement, 1-ULC
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