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Discrete geometry or combinatorial geometry may be loosely defined as study of geometrical objects and properties that are discrete or combinatorial, either by their nature or by their representation; the study that does not essentially rely on the notion of continuity.
Parts of its domain of research is often attributed to other kinds of geometry: digital geometry, computational geometry.
It also overlaps with convex geometry and combinatorial topology.
See also: Discrete mathematics
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