Partial linear space
A partial linear space (also semilinear or near-linear space) is a basic incidence structure in the field of incidence geometry, that carries slightly less structure than a linear space. The notion is equivalent to that of a linear hypergraph.
Let an incidence structure, for which the elements of are called points and the elements of are called lines. S is a partial linear space, if the following axioms hold:
- any line is at least incident with two points
- any pair of distinct points is incident with at most one line
- Lynn Margaret Batten: Combinatorics of Finite Geometries. Cambridge University Press 1986, ISBN 0-521-31857-2, p. 1-22
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