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Infinitesimal rigidity for non-Euclidean bar-joint frameworks

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>2014
<mark>Journal</mark>Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society
Number of pages13
<mark>Original language</mark>English


The minimal innitesimal rigidity of bar-joint frameworks in the non-Euclidean spaces (R2, ||.||q) are characterised in terms of (2,2)-tight graphs. Specifically, a generically placed bar-joint framework (G,p) in the plane is minimally infinitesimally rigid with respect to a non-Euclidean lq norm if and only if the underlying graph G = (V,E) contains 2|V|-2 edges and every subgraph H = (V (H),E(H)) contains at most 2|V(H)|-2 edges.

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