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Golod and tight 3-manifolds

@inproceedings{Iriye2021GolodAT,
  title={Golod and tight 3-manifolds},
  author={Kouyemon Iriye and Daisuke Kishimoto},
  year={2021}
}
The notions Golodness and tightness for simplicial complexes come from algebra and geometry, respectively. We prove these two notions are equivalent for 3-manifold triangulations, through a topological characterization of a polyhedral product for a tightneighborly manifold triangulation of dimension ≥ 3. 

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