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Persistent Homology

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Briefly, the necessary requirements are that this mapping is not only orientation-dependent, but also linear with respect to the assembly of cells, modeled by chains.


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A cochain representation is now the global quantity association with subdomains of a cell complex, which can be arbitrarily built to discretize a domain. Physical fields therefore manifest on a linear assembly of cells. Based on cochains, topological laws can be given a discrete representation. The space of all linear mappings on is denoted by , where the elements of are called cochains. Cochains express a representation for fields over a discretized domain. Addition and multiplication by a scalar are defined for the field functions and so for cochains.

To extend the expression possibilities, coboundaries of cochains are introduced. Then, the following sequence with is generated:. Figure: Cochain complex with the corresponding coboundary operator: 1. The algebraic structure of chains is an important concept, e.

Homology of Cell Complexes

A chain which is an element of is a k-cycle. A chain which is an element of is a p-boundary. As can be seen, the boundary operator expression yields Figure 1. The first homology group [ 53 ] is the set of closed 1-chains curves in a space, modulo the closed 1-chains which are also boundaries. In the remainder of this work the ring will be or , in which case the modules are vector spaces or Abelian groups, respectively, e. To give an example, the first homology group is the set of closed -chains curves modulo the closed -chains which are also boundaries. This group is denoted , where are cycles or closed 1-chains and are -boundaries.

Another example is given in Figure 1. Geometrically, however, and are distinct [ 25 ] despite an isomorphism. An element of is a formal sum of -cells, where an element of is a linear function that maps elements of into a field. Chains are dimensionless multiplicities, whereas those associated with cochains are physical quantities [ 35 ].

The extension of cochains from single cell weights to quantities associated with assemblies of cells is not trivial and makes cochains very different from chains, even on finite cell complexes.

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Nevertheless, there is an important duality between -chains and -cochains. For a chain and a cochain , the integral of over is denoted by , and integration can be regarded as a mapping, where represents the corresponding dimension:. Integration in the context of cochains is a linear operation: given and , reads.

Reversing the orientation of a chain means that integrals over that chain acquire the opposite sign. The boundary homomorphism is: 1.