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The wiki on tesseracts includes this visual representation, a Schlegel diagram, helpful because one can count the vertices, edges, faces and cells.

The wiki mentions using tesseracts as the basis for a network topology to link multiple processors in parallel computing, and the problem I'm working on involves positional valuation of cells based in n-dimensional grids.

It's fairly easy to construct a 4-dimensional grid in the form of numeric arrays with 4 coordinates for each cell, and there are simple techniques to allow analysis, but I'm having trouble visualizing how a grid of four dimensional squares would fit together.

  • Are there any visual representations of a grid of tesseracts?
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