Four color theorem: potential criminal

Here is the tranformation of a potential criminal map into a rectangular map. All regular maps can be topologically trasformed into rectangular or circular maps. See the theorem in T2.

Faces 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 are marked with a different color to simplify the reading of the map.

The computerized and colored version can be found here: Conversion of famous maps.

The string that represents this map and that can be used with the Java application to recreate this map is:

1b+, 2b+, 25b+, 27b+, 26b-, 24b-, 3b-, 23b-, 12b-, 22b-, 21b-, 20b-, 19b-, 15b-, 16b-, 18b-, 17b-, 11b-, 9b-, 5b-, 6b-, 8b-, 7b-, 2e-, 3e-, 4b-, 5e-, 6e-, 9e-, 10b-, 8e-, 12e-, 14b-, 13b-, 11e-, 15e-, 16e-, 14e-, 19e-, 25e-, 24e-, 23e-, 26e-, 22e-, 27e+, 21e+, 20e+, 18e+, 17e+, 13e+, 10e+, 7e+, 4e+, 1e+

Here is a picture of this map with transparency set to 15%:


About stefanutti

V: "Do you know me?" S: "yes." V: "No you don't." S: "Okay." V: "Did you see my picture in the paper?" S: "Yes." V: "No you didn't." S: "I don't even get the paper."
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