decomposes the polyhedron poly into a union of simpler polyhedra.
- PolyhedronDecomposition is also known as tessellation, honeycomb or polyhedron partition.
- PolyhedronDecomposition is typically used to represent a polyhedron as a union of simpler objects for which a problem may be easier to solve.
- PolyhedronDecomposition gives a Polyhedron consisting of a union of polyhedra with disjoint interiors, but boundaries may overlap.
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Decompose a Polyhedron into a union of simpler polyhedra:
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