Fully Supported Stellation

A stellation is said to be fully supported if all its included cells are supported, i.e., if all its bottom faces are covered by their adjacent cells. In other words, every outward-directed ray from the center of the original polyhedron will cross the surface of stellation only once (Webb).

See also

Miller's Rules, Stellation

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Webb, R. "Stella's Polyhedral Glossary: Fully Supported."

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Fully Supported Stellation

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Weisstein, Eric W. "Fully Supported Stellation." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource.

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