The Cell Method (CM) is an algebraic numerical method based on the use of global variables: the configuration, source and energetic global variables. The configuration variables with their topological equations, on the one hand, and the source variables with their topological equations, on the other hand, define two vector spaces that are a bialgebra and its dual algebra. The operators of these topological equations are generated by the outer product of the geometric algebra, for the primal vector space, and by the dual product of the dual algebra, for the dual vector space. The topological equations in the primal cell complex are coboundary processes on even exterior discrete p −forms, whereas the topological equations in the dual cell complex are coboundary processes on odd exterior discrete p −forms. Being expressed by coboundary processes in two different vector spaces, compatibility and equilibrium can be enforced at the same time, with compatibility enforced on the primal cell complex and equilibrium enforced on the dual cell complex. By way of example, in the present paper compatibility and equilibrium are enforced on a cantilever elastic beam with elastic inclusion. In effect, the CM shows its maximum potentialities right in domains made of several materials, as, being an algebraic approach, can treat any kind of discontinuities of the domain easily.