This is a wiki devoted to the intersection between
Like the nLab, the point of this exercise is not to write textbook presentations of material, but to record sharp intuitions and bibliographic references. Doing so in public makes them available to everyone trying to navigate our research areas.
This page is built on Wiki.js, with mathematics support provided by KaTeX. The built-in diagram editor is perfectly capable of dealing with commutative diagrams.
Anyone is welcome to contribute, subject to the following rules:
Please write your contributions in Markdown and KaTeX-supported LaTeX. Inline mathematics can be given by enclosing LaTeX in
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Be clear and concise. You do not have to write in Plain English, but you might find some of that mindset helpful.
Do not repeat content from the nLab. Before discussing category theory consider carefully whether that content belongs here or the nLab. In the latter case, please contribute to the nLab, and link to the relevant pages.
Put terms that are being defined in bold (surround them with
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The current administrators of the wiki are Alex Kavvos and Amin Timany.