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By G.H. Hardy

This publication is admittedly sturdy. it really is prompt for those that are looking to comprehend fundamentals of Calculus. every little thing will get established. For Self-taught. i might really suggest to rewrite the e-book. it sort of feels to be scanned.

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_. ---_. - :m~~L~~~,~' r~~Lt::::::::=i v ------------~-----------~-----_ J .. ~... 6. 7). 8. Asymptotically we will obtain that the whole strip must be contained in Cm{P), otherwise Cm{P) will be non-Iocally-convex. 0 We are now in a position to characterize the m-eonvex hull of a set of points on the eylinder as follows. Let P = {(Xl, YI), {X2, Y2), ... , (XN, YN)} be a set of points in the eylinder with Yl ~ Y2 ~ ... 4 The rn-convex hull 0/ a set 0/ N points P in the cylinder Convex Hull 39 V2 ' I i i I I i i i i i ........................................................................................................................

3. CYLINDRICAL POSITION IN THE TORUS In the case of the torus, in addition to Euclidean position we have another situation in which we can apply directIy some methods obtained in this book for the cylinder. So we will say that a set of sites on this surface is in cylindrical position if the set of them is contained between two opposite parallels or two opposite meridians. Obviously, if a set is in Euclidean position it is in cylindrical position as weIl, but, of course, the converse is not true in general.

J--------------r------------ --------------------------_ ... __ .. _-_. -----------r-----------i-------------~--------- , ···-···-····1r············r········---i·-·---···----· ·····--·····t·----···· , I, I, v2 ------------~-------_ i i I , i , , .... _.. _--_ .. _-------~.... 8. Gm{P} All triangles appearing in this figure are contained in 1. The convex hull of P in the plane if P is in Euclidean position. 2. The union of the open strip O{P} and the rn-top, and the rn-bottom if P is not in Euclidean position.

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