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jim_stasheff comments on "L_\infty algebroid" (40853)https://nforum.ncatlab.org/discussion/5114/?Focus=40853#Comment_408532013-07-19T13:47:02+00:002024-04-13T16:34:54+00:00jim_stasheffhttps://nforum.ncatlab.org/account/12/
Thanks, especially for We call this the category of L∞-algebroids.as opposed to the 2 other posible locations for $\infty$in that same piece! Of course, I think where you take the dual is ...
Thanks, especially for We call this the category of L∞-algebroids. as opposed to the 2 other posible locations for $\infty$ in that same piece! Of course, I think where you take the dual is unnecessarily restrictive.
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Urs comments on "L_\infty algebroid" (40845)https://nforum.ncatlab.org/discussion/5114/?Focus=40845#Comment_408452013-07-19T01:05:51+00:002024-04-13T16:34:54+00:00Urshttps://nforum.ncatlab.org/account/4/
Lie infinity-algebroid

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jim_stasheff comments on "L_\infty algebroid" (40842)https://nforum.ncatlab.org/discussion/5114/?Focus=40842#Comment_408422013-07-18T23:29:00+00:002024-04-13T16:34:54+00:00jim_stasheffhttps://nforum.ncatlab.org/account/12/
Consider an analog of a Lie algebroid except that instead of the relevant sections forming a Lie algebra, they form only an $L_\infty$-algebra. The obvious terminology would be $L_\infty$-algebroid. ...
Consider an analog of a Lie algebroid except that instead of the relevant sections forming a Lie algebra, they form only an $L_\infty$-algebra. The obvious terminology would be $L_\infty$-algebroid. Has this been established? reference?
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