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By K. Borsuk & W. Szmielew

This publication is anxious with the rules of Euclidean, Bolyai-Lobachevskian
(hyperbolic) and genuine projective geometries and consists of the improvement of every to the
point at which the method of axioms may be proven to be express in addition to constant.

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6. INTERVALS The purpose of this last section is to obtain a criterion for the existence of transversals to a set of intervals in Rn. By an interval we mean any connected subset of a line, so that they may also be open, rays or complete lines. A line being transversal to a set of intervals means that it does intersect all of them. 1 to intervals, requires the Hadwiger hypothesis of partial transversals compatible with a given linear order. Because 14 AROCHA, BRACHO AND MONTEJANO we have been working in projective space, where the general problem really lies, one other natural Hadwiger-type hypothesis to consider is compatibility with a given cyclic order.

O l r _ f c ; o n _ f c + i , o n _ f c + 2 , . . ,o n }, ij G { 1 , 2 , . . ,r — k belongs exactly to two classes containing the chosen ktuple ffki an(l therefore these (r — fc)-tuple belongs to exactly one such pair of classes. So, it must be true that (2) > ("l£)- Hence, zAi/-2(™~£) > 0. From this we get the desired inequality. : On a certain class of incidence structures. Prace a stiidie Vysokej skoly dopravnej v Ziline 2 (1979), 97-106. : On a connection between unit circles and horocycles determined by n points.

Geometry (ED. -R. Sack and J. Urrutia), pp. 633-701. V. North-Holland, Amsterdam, 2000. [5] C. H. Papadimitriou, and M. Yannakakis, Shortest paths without a map, Jour. Proc. 16th Internat. Colloq. on Automata, Languages, and Programming, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 372, 610-620, SpringerVerlag (1989). edu ''Donald R. edu ''Andras Bezdek'' A SHORT SURVEY OF (r,g)-STRUCTURES VOJTECH BALINT1 Department of Mathematics, University of Zilina, 010 26 Zilina, Slovakia. ABSTRACT. This contribution gives a short survey of results on the combinatorial (r, g)-structures as the generalization of many geometrical structures.