[Dodecahedrons (1)]
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 Option : L
stands for "default" and X
stands for "x."
(In the case of X,
redundant peaks
are removed from the peaks specified in the ".hnv" file. As a
result, trajectories which visit the peaks removed only are
not shown.)
 Standard cone / conjugate roof : spheres
denote the position of peaks.
(Peak {k, l, m, n} in R^{4}
is mapped to point {klm+n, k+lmn, kl+mn} in R^{3}
by the projection.)
".hnv" file 

Option


Closed traj.s


Open traj.s 

Standard cone 

Conjugate roof 

".tetra" file 
Quarter of a dodecahedron
Dodecahedron (consisting
of four equal parts)
Dodecahedron (consisting
of one large and two small parts, type I)
Dodecahedron (consisting
of one large and one small parts)
Dodecahedron (consisting
of two equal parts)
Dodecahedron (consisting
of one part, type I)
Dodecahedron (consisting
of one large and two small parts, type II)
Dodecahedron (consisting
of one part, type II)