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Sets which can be extended to $m$-convex sets


Author: Marilyn Breen
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 62 (1977), 124-128
MSC: Primary 52A20
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/S0002-9939-1977-0430962-5
MathSciNet review: 0430962
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Abstract: Let S be a compact set in ${R^d},{T_0} \subseteq S$. Then ${T_0}$ lies in an m-convex subset of S if and only if every finite subset of ${T_0}$ lies in an m-convex subset of S. For S a closed set in ${R^d}$ and ${T_0} \subseteq S$, let ${T_1} = \{ P:P$ a polytope in S having vertex set in ${T_0},\dim P \leqslant d - 1\}$. If for every three members of ${T_1}$, at least one of the corresponding convex hulls \[ {\text {conv}}\{ {P_i} \cup {P_j}\} ,\quad 1 \leqslant i < j \leqslant 3.\] lies in S, then ${T_0}$ lies in a 3-convex subset of S. An analogous result holds for m-convex sets provided ker $S \ne \emptyset$.


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Keywords: <I>m</I>-convex sets
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