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    1 #!F-adobe-helvetica-medium-r-normal--18*
    2 #!N 
    3 #!N  #!Rtall215 Neighbors Component #!N #!N 
    4 #!N The "neighbors" component represents information about the neighbors of each 
    5 connection element. The number of items in this component must match 
    6 the number of items in the "connections" component. The number of 
    7 entries in each item must match the number of faces (for 
    8 3-D) or edges (for 2-D) in the connection element. For example, 
    9 each item in the "neighbors" component for triangle connections has three 
   10 entries, while each item in the "neighbors" component for tetrahedral connections 
   11 has four entries. #!N #!N For simplexes in  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   n #!EF 
   12 dimensions (for example, triangles and tetrahedra), each item of the neighbors 
   13 Array consists of  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   n+1 #!EF integer indices into the connections 
   14 Array identifying the  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   n+1 #!EF neighbors of the simplex; the 
   15  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   i #!EF th of the  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   n+1 #!EF indices corresponds 
   16 to the face opposite the  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   i #!EF th vertex of 
   17 the simplex. For quads, cubes, and so on, each item of 
   18 the neighbors Array contains 2  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   n #!EF integer indices into 
   19 the connections Array identifying the 2  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   n #!EF neighbors of 
   20 the polyhedron. The pointers are in the order  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   -x[1]+x[1]-x[2]+x[2] ... 
   21 -x[n]+x[n] #!EF , meaning that the first index points to the 
   22 neighbor in the  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   -x[1] #!EF direction, the second to the 
   23 neighbor in the  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   +x[1] #!EF direction, and so on, where 
   24 the  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   x[n] #!EF dimension varies fastest in the representation of 
   25 the point indices in the interpolation element. Faces without neighbors are 
   26 indicated by an index of -1. #!N #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   Next 
   27 Topic #!EF #!N #!N  #!Ltall217,dxall217 h Box Component  #!EL  #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   #!N