- Pedro Tamaroff,
*The Tamarkin-Tsygan calculus of an algebra a la Stasheff*, Homology, Homotopy and Applications**23**:2 (2021) 257–282 arXiv:1907.08888 doi

Thanks for the alert.

There must have been a basic misunderstanding. The text at *Cartan calculus* introduced the plain de Rham complex and the question asked if this should not be regarded as a dg-Lie algebra.

I am suspecting that Tobias was thinking of other structures, also named after Cartan. So I have added now at *Cartan calculus* the following parenthetical remark:

]]>(There are of course other differential geometric structures named after Cartan, see also at equiariant de Rham cohomology the section The Cartan model.)

There is a query from Tobias at Cartan calculus that does not seem to have been answered. I am not able to answer it, can someone else do it?

]]>I have cross-linked with *differential calculus* and made *Dmitri Tamarkin* redirect to our existing entry for Tamarkin.

Wrote also a sentence referring to this entry at Cartan’s homotopy formula.

]]>New entry noncommutative differential calculus with redirect Batalin-Vilkovisky module.

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