Characterizing integral g-polymatroids
For any polyhedron [math]P[/math] which is not an integral g-polymatroid, there is an integral g-polymatroid [math]Q[/math] such that [math]P \cap Q[/math] is non-integral.
The conjecture was proved by Júlia Pap  using a characterization of g-polymatroids by Tomizawa.
In the paper introducing g-polymatroids, Frank showed that the intersection of any two integral polymatroids is integral. (As usual, a polyhedron is integral if every face contains an integer vector.) Thus, the conjecture is a converse to Frank's theorem.
Since [math]R^n[/math] is a g-polymatroid, the theorem is trivial if P is not integral, since we can take [math]Q=R^n[/math]. Therefore we may assume P is integral, but not a g-polymatroid.
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