N. Wallach

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Let ∆ n−1 denote the (n − 1)-dimensional simplex. Let Y be a random k-dimensional subcomplex of ∆ n−1 obtained by starting with the full (k − 1)-dimensional skeleton of ∆ n−1 and then adding each k-simplex independently with probability p. Let H k−1 (Y ; R) denote the (k − 1)-dimensional reduced homology group of Y with coefficients in a finite abelian(More)
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