# Ball-Polyhedra

@article{Bezdek2007BallPolyhedra, title={Ball-Polyhedra}, author={K. Bezdek and Z. L{\'a}ngi and M. Nasz{\'o}di and Peter Pape{\vz}}, journal={Discrete & Computational Geometry}, year={2007}, volume={38}, pages={201-230} }

We study two notions. One is that of spindle convexity. A set of circumradius not greater than one is spindle convex if, for any pair of its points, it contains every short circular arc of radius at least one, connecting them. The other objects of study are bodies obtained as intersections of finitely many balls of the same radius, called ball-polyhedra. We find analogues of several results on convex polyhedral sets for ball-polyhedra.

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