Arithmetic Discrete Hyperspheres and Separatingness

@inproceedings{Fiorio2006ArithmeticDH,
  title={Arithmetic Discrete Hyperspheres and Separatingness},
  author={Christophe Fiorio and Jean-Luc Toutant},
  booktitle={DGCI},
  year={2006}
}
In the framework of the arithmetic discrete geometry, a discrete object is provided with its own analytical definition corresponding to a discretization scheme It can thus be considered as the equivalent, in a discrete space, of a Euclidean object Linear objects, namely lines and hyperplanes, have been widely studied under this assumption and are now deeply understood This is not the case for discrete circles and hyperspheres for which no satisfactory definition exists In the present paper, we… 
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