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    • a brief table of entries related to nn-spheres, to be !include-ed into related entries, for ease of hyperlinking

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    • stub – for the moment just to complete the pattern of entries for low dimensional nn-spheres

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    • stub – for the moment just so as to satisfy links

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    • stub – for the moment just as to satisfy links

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    • It would be good to have a page for tensor schemes :)

      Jade Master

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    • Page created, but author did not leave any comments.

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    • just for completeness, and ease of hyperlinking

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    • starting a stub. Nothing here yet, but need to save.

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    • just for completeness and ease of hyperlinking

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    • added statement of the universal property (here), first in classical form, then using the sharp modality, and added remark that this should be the categorical semantics of Mike’s remark 3.14 in arXiv:1509.07584

      (also replaced the Definition-paragraph with a slightly beautified version)

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    • I have created a stub for this at Petri net. I hope to develop the links with higher dimensional automata and also with linear logic.

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    • starting something, splitting this off as a stand-alone entry – not done yet

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    • I had started an entry “exponentiation” but then thought better of it and instead expanded the existing exponential object: added an examples-section specifically for SetSet and made some remarks on exponentiation of numbers.