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    • Correction of the differential (dx should be dt)


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    • we had and have a disambiguaion entry Yang-Baxter equation (it could do wih some contents, though…) but the entries it points to didn’t cross-link back to each other. This table here to be !include-ed into these entries, for ease of cross-linking

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    • starting something – not done yet

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    • starting something, in order to record Theorem 4.2 in

      But HELP: The article states this without proof. I understand how the discussion here and in the other articles now cited in the entry goes towards the proof, but I’d really like to see the actual proof written out. Eventually.

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    • a little table to be !include-ed in relevant entries, for ease of cross-linking

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    • I repaired the faulty ordering on the (n)\Im_{(n)} in Remark 2.6

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    • a list to be !include-ed under “Related entries” where relevant, for ease of hyperlinking

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    • just for completeness, seems we didn’t have this

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    • just for completeness, seems we didn’t have this

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    • I have reorganized somewhat entry Maxim Kontsevich (with some new links and few bits of additional info) and created a related stub Vassiliev invariant, just to record a link to an impressive online bibliography maintained by Dror Bar-Natan and Sergei Duzhin, hosted at Duzhin's webpage at Russian Academy of Sciences.

    • I did the following to dependent product:

      • rearranged the section outline somewhat

      • added the statement that in type theory xXP x\prod_{x \in X} P_x may be written x:X,Px\forall x : X , P x;

      • added a Properties-section

      • added statement and proof of the relation of dependent product to spaces of sections

    • felt like archiving a quote by Paul Taylor somewhere, it is now at folklore.

      Besides being funny, it is actually a useful comment for the newbie, and so I linked to it from category theory.

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