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For discussion of the hexagon in an equivariant setting, see
- Andreas Kübel, Andreas Thom, Equivariant Differential Cohomology, (arXiv:1510.06392)
Thanks for the pointer, I had not been aware of this. Have added it also at equivariant cohomology and equivariant de Rham cohomology.
There’s a talk starting very soon by David Jaz Myers, Modal Fracture for Higher Groups. I wonder how he gets it to wok in this unstable case.
Thanks for the pointer! Hadn’t seen that. Sounds interesting. But I think I’ll wait for the slides now. :-)
They’re available here.
He’s on Twitter.
He’s on Twitter.
Yes, I know, but I am not following anyone there (anymore). I need to be send a heads-up to see anything happening! :-) But yes, I spotted the slides shortly after saying I’ll wait for them. Yet a bit more shortly after, it was my bedtime (being 9 hours ahead of Pittsburgh here.)
Now I actually looked through the slides. Just briefly, but it looks neat.
Have added the pointer here to the entry
and will be adding it also to fracture square and maybe elsewhere.
added pointer to:
I just found out that apparently there’s a version of the differential cohomology hexagon in interpretive dance.
Yes, it’s cited in the entry as
But now I see that the links to the videos have rotted away. We’ll have to update this when the editing functionality is back.
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