Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
These are Schlegel Nets; that is, one face (usually the one with the most edges) has been selected as a base and the polyhedron flattened into a plane within the enclosing polygon. To help with identifying faces, they are color-coded as follows:
Also, we are only concerned with topologically distinct polyhedra, that is, differing in number or type of faces and vertices. Thus, a triangular prism and a tetrahedron with one vertex truncated are topologically equivalent 5-hedra, a cube and rhombohedron are topologically equivalent 6-hedra, and so on. Mirror images and inversions are considered equivalent.
There are 103 of these. They are presented in the order generated by plantri.exe
Created 17 June 2014, Last Update 29 October 2015
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