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10 (iii⇒iv), Mod(φ) is a rational polyhedron P in [0, 1] X ∪Z . 11 the projection of P onto R Z ⊆ R X ∪Z is a rational polyhedron Q in [0, 1] Z . 10(iv⇒iii) there is a formula ι ∈ FORM Z such that Mod(ι) = Q, and we can write Mod(ι) = {z = (z 1 , . . , z p ) ∈ [0, 1] Z | Vz (ι) = 1}. Claim 1 φ ι. 2(ii) show that the cylindrification Q = [0, 1] X × Q is a rational polyhedron in [0, 1] X ∪Z containing P. Regarding ι as a formula of FORM X ∪Z and using the notation Mod X ∪Z (ι) = (x, z) = (x1 , .

Vs their positive span in Rm . In symbols, v1 , . . , vs = R≥0 v1 + · · · + R≥0 vs . 1) For t = 1, 2, . . , m, a t-dimensional rational simplicial cone in Rm is a set σ ⊆ Rm of the form σ = R≥0 d1 + · · · + R≥0 dt = d1 , . . 2) for linearly independent primitive integer vectors d1 , . . , dt ∈ Zm . The vectors d1 , . . , dt are called the primitive generating vectors of σ . They are uniquely determined by σ . By a face of σ we mean the positive span of any subset S of {d1 , . . , dt }. For the sake of completeness we stipulate that the face of σ determined by the empty set is the singleton {0}.

Q m ⊆ [0, 1]n , there is a regular triangulation of [0, 1]n having the following properties: (i) For every i = 1, . . , k, the McNaughton function ψˆ i ∈ M([0, 1]n ) is linear over each simplex of . | S ⊆ Q j } is a (necessarily (ii) For every j = 1, . . , m, the set j = {S ∈ regular) triangulation of Q j . We say that each j is a regular {ψˆ 1 , . . , ψˆ k }-triangulation of Q j . 54) there is a set L = {l1 , . . , lu } of linear polynomials with integer coefficients such that every linear piece of each McNaughton function ψˆ i is an element of L, and each rational polyhedron Q j is a finite union of rational simplexes S j1 , S j2 , .