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What is a helly



A Helly family of order k, is a set system (F, E), with F a collection of subsets of E, that satisfies the k-Helly property.

"Helly" has two definitions. One is a whiny pubescent little punk and the other is a form of 'hella'.

A Helly family of order k is a family of sets such that any minimal subfamily with an empty intersection has k or fewer sets in it

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