Spherical bodies of constant width

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Lassak, Marek; Musielak, Michał;
  • Subject: 52A55 | Mathematics - Metric Geometry

The intersection $L$ of two different non-opposite hemispheres $G$ and $H$ of a $d$-dimensional sphere $S^d$ is called a lune. By the thickness of $L$ we mean the distance of the centers of the $(d-1)$-dimensional hemispheres bounding $L$. For a hemisphere $G$ supportin... View more
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