A finite subdivision rule for the n-dimensional torus

@article{Rushton2013AFS,
  title={A finite subdivision rule for the n-dimensional torus},
  author={Brian Rushton},
  journal={Geometriae Dedicata},
  year={2013},
  volume={167},
  pages={23-34}
}
  • Brian Rushton
  • Published 14 October 2011
  • Mathematics
  • Geometriae Dedicata
Cannon, Floyd, and Parry have studied subdivisions of the 2-sphere extensively, especially those corresponding to 3-manifolds, in an attempt to prove Cannon’s conjecture. There has been a recent interest in generalizing some of their tools, such as extremal length, to higher dimensions. We define finite subdivision rules of dimension n, and find an n − 1-dimensional finite subdivision rule for the n-dimensional torus, using a well-known simplicial decomposition of the hypercube. 
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