Unimodular triangulations of dilated 3-polytopes

@article{Santos2014UnimodularTO,
  title={Unimodular triangulations of dilated 3-polytopes},
  author={Francisco Santos and G{\"u}nter M. Ziegler},
  journal={Transactions of the Moscow Mathematical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={74},
  pages={293-311}
}
A seminal result in the theory of toric varieties, due to Knudsen, Mumford and Waterman (1973), asserts that for every lattice polytope $P$ there is a positive integer $k$ such that the dilated polytope $kP$ has a unimodular triangulation. In dimension 3, Kantor and Sarkaria (2003) have shown that $k=4$ works for every polytope. But this does not imply that every $k>4$ works as well. We here study the values of $k$ for which the result holds showing that: 1. It contains all composite numbers… Expand
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