P. Nigsch

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5 Let S be a set of 2n points on a circle such that for each point p ∈ S also its antipodal 6 (mirrored with respect to the circle center) point p belongs to S. A polygon P of size n is called 7 antipodal if it consists of precisely one point of each antipodal pair (p, p) of S. 8 We provide a complete characterization of antipodal polygons which maximize(More)
Let S be a set of 2n points on a circle such that for each point p ∈ S also its antipodal (mirrored with respect to the circle center) point p belongs to S. A polygon P of size n is called antipodal if it consists of precisely one point of each antipodal pair (p, p) of S. We provide a complete characterization of antipodal polygons which maximize (minimize,(More)
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