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I added a bit of stuff to the Hodge theory page and started a Noncommutative Hodge theory page. I hope to expand on these pages soon.
The wikilinks are case sensitive only because the nLab page names are case sensitive. If a page has redirects to all forms of capitalisation then all the wikilinks will work as well.
Incidentally, there’s a choice of text formatters here. I strongly recommend that you use the Markdown+Itex one (you’re using just Text at the moment). Again, let me know of what’s not obvious about how to use the nLab and nForum and we’ll add stuff to the various HowTos and FAQs. As I said elsewhere, we’ve been around long enough that the quirks are no longer quirks.
You know that (Help) thing next to textile? Could you add another one of those explaining what each of the formatters does?
The name convention is that normally the title/notion is smallcaps. I renamed it into smallcaps and technical term noncommutative Hodge structure, rather than theory. Although it may be used for noncommutative spaces, the nc Hodge structure is not only about nc spaces but it gives a nonclassical freedom to allow second order pole in the appropriate meromorphic connection. Thus even for commutative geometries this is some generalization of the structure.
I should also say welcome to Kevin Lin as being new to nlab. I erased “of course” as it has no meaning here. Simply, of course etc. are the single person point of view, and certainly do not fit into entries which even do not have the definition behind it.
@zskora: Yes, you are totally right on all counts!
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