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For questions about categorical limits and colimits.
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for questions concerning point processes such as poisson point processes or any other point process.
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fields where a primitive root of unity is added to the rational numbers. These fields are common in algebraic number theory.
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a subfield of Euclidean geometry, restricted to the flat two-dimensional space. Plane geometry studies shapes, ratios and relative locations of 2D figures which can be embedded into …
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A direct limit (also called inductive limit) is a co-limit of a "directed family of objects".
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Dagger categories have a contravariant, involutive dagger functor which captures the idea of "adjoint maps". Hilbert spaces, *-algebras or sets and relations are examples.
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