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Apr
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revised What is a natural isomorphism?
Several rewordings and a few things more explicitely stated.
Apr
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revised What is a natural isomorphism?
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Apr
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revised What is a natural isomorphism?
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Apr
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answered What is a natural isomorphism?
Apr
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comment why have we chosen our number system to be decimal (base 10)
There was the russian Setun computer system among others.
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answered Galois groups of polynomials and explicit equations for the roots
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answered Is there a third dimension of numbers?
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comment Is there a third dimension of numbers?
@sis440: You mean Frobenius. More broadly, you might also like to lookup theorems by Dickson, Artin and Wederburn which gives a broader picture of the classification of algebra.
Apr
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comment What is a Structured Polyhedron?
Thanks for the bounty. I will post here more (graphic) details in a few days.
Apr
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comment What is a Structured Polyhedron?
(following of comment above) In fact, the two are possible independently and I have first to check what James Record did. As I wrote I believe that at least, the faces of his structured polyhedra contained the "structural" points (traces of smaller polygons). He may have counted in inner "structural" points (traces of smaller polyhedron) -- unfolding them in 4D would make things clearer. Whatever his choice (I will come back about that), it will certainly suggests new sequences to be added to the OEIS and a lot of clarification.
Apr
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comment What is a Structured Polyhedron?
Your question is in fact two questions: boundary of faces ? boundary of the polyhedron ?
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answered Good Book On Combinatorics
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