Random Polytopes , Convex Bodies , and Approximation

Abstract

Assume K ⊂ R is a convex body and Xn ⊂ K is a random sample of n uniform, independent points from K. The convex hull of Xn is a convex polytope Kn called random polytope inscribed in K. We are going to investigate various properties of this polytope: for instance how well it approximates K, or how many vertices and facets it has. It turns out that Kn is… (More)

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