: Public <<type>> Class
Created: 23.5.2022 18.05.07
Modified: 1.8.2022 13.54.09
Project:
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4.101 topological complex<br/>collection of topological primitives that is closed under the boundary operations <br/><br/>NOTE: Closed under the boundary operations means that if a primitive is in the complex, then its boundary objects are also in the complex.<br/><br/>
Operation
Public
boundary():TP_ComplexBoundary
Details:
Sequential
Public
closure():Set<TP_Primitive>
Details:
Sequential
Public
coBoundary():Set<TP_DirectedTopo>
Details:
Sequential
Public
dimension():Integer
Details:
Sequential
Public
exterior():Set<TP_Primitive>
Details:
Sequential
Public
interior():Set<TP_Primitive>
Details:
Sequential
Public
isConnected():Boolean
Details:
Sequential
Public
isMaximal():Boolean
Details:
Sequential
Public
maximalComplex():TP_Complex
Details:
Sequential
Public
TP_Complex( GC: GM_Complex,
):TP_Complex
Details:
Sequential
Element Source Role Target Role
«type» TP_Complex
Class  
Name: subComplex
 
Name: superComplex
 
Details:
subcomplex (of a larger complex)<br/>complex all of whose elements are also in the larger complex<br/><br/>NOTE: Since the definition of complex requires only that the boundary operator be closed, then the set of any primitives of a particular dimension and below is always a subcomplex of the original, larger complex.  Thus, any full planar topological complex contains an edge-node graph as a subcomplex.<br/>
«type» TP_Complex
Class  
Name:  
 
Name: maximalComplex
 
Details:
 
Element Source Role Target Role
«type» GM_Complex
Class  
Name: geometry
 
Name: topology
 
Details:
 
«type» TP_Complex
Class  
Name: subComplex
 
Name: superComplex
 
Details:
subcomplex (of a larger complex)<br/>complex all of whose elements are also in the larger complex<br/><br/>NOTE: Since the definition of complex requires only that the boundary operator be closed, then the set of any primitives of a particular dimension and below is always a subcomplex of the original, larger complex.  Thus, any full planar topological complex contains an edge-node graph as a subcomplex.<br/>
«type» TP_Primitive
Class  
Name:  
 
Name: maximalComplex
 
Details:
 
«type» TP_Primitive
Class  
Name: element
 
Name: complex
 
Details:
 
«type» TP_Complex
Class  
Name:  
 
Name: maximalComplex
 
Details:
 
Tag Value
persistence persistent
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Property Value
isFinalSpecialization: 0
Object Type Connection Direction Notes
Complex Interface Dependency To  
TP_Object Interface Realization To