A Mathematical Picture Language Program
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(2017)cite arxiv:1708.02604Comment: 16 pages.

We give an overview of our philosophy of pictures in mathematics. We emphasize a bi-directional process between picture language and mathematical concepts: abstraction and simulation. This motivates a program to understand different subjects, using virtual and real mathematical concepts simulated by pictures.
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