[Dodecahedrons (2)]
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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 
Large dodecahedron
(base)
Large dodecahedron (base
+ one peak)
Large dodecahedron (base + two
peaks)
Large dodecahedron (base + three
peaks (1))
Large dodecahedron (base + three
peaks (2))
Large dodecahedron (base + three
peaks (3))
Larger dodecahedron
Four dodecahedrons (base)
Four dodecahedrons (base
+ one peak)