Feb. 13, 2024, 5:48 a.m. | Gilles BertrandLIGM

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We introduce the notion of a Morse sequence, which provides a simple and effective approach to discrete Morse theory. A Morse sequence is a sequence composed solely of two elementary operations, that is, expansions (the inverse of a collapse), and fillings (the inverse of a perforation). We show that a Morse sequence may be seen as an alternative way to represent the gradient vector field of an arbitrary discrete Morse function. We also show that it is possible, in a …

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