Selection Lemmas for Various Geometric Objects

@article{Ashok2016SelectionLF,
  title={Selection Lemmas for Various Geometric Objects},
  author={P. Ashok and Sathish Govindarajan and Ninad Rajgopal},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1401.0443}
}
Selection lemmas are classical results in discrete geometry that have been well studied and have applications in many geometric problems like weak epsilon nets and slimming Delaunay triangulations. Selection lemma type results typically show that there exists a point that is contained in many objects that are induced (spanned) by an underlying point set. In the first selection lemma, we consider the set of all the objects induced by a point set P. This question has been widely explored for… Expand
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