Applications are open for the ACT Applied Category Theory Research School 2018! And because arithmetic science and geometric science are connected, and support one another, the full knowledge of numbers cannot be presented without encountering some geometry, or without seeing that operating in this way on numbers is close to geometry; the method is full…
Professor James Ladyman of Bristol University is leading a three-year AHRC sponsored project on The Foundations of Structuralism. The project aims to integrate work in philosophical logic, mathematics and physics concerning the nature of objects and individuality. The project is investigating various formulations of structuralism, paying special attention to its conceptual and logical foundations. A list of preliminary questions provides a starting point to the research.
V. Mazurov, and E. Khukhro. (2014)cite arxiv:1401.0300Comment: A few new solutions and references have been added. Preparation of the next 19th issue is underway, new problems are welcome, as well as comments on previous editions.
M. Tegmark. (1997)cite arxiv:gr-qc/9702052Comment: Minor modifications to match published version. 5 pages. Color figures and related links at http://www.sns.ias.edu/~max/dimensions.html (faster from the US), from http://www.mpa-garching.mpg.de/~max/dimensions.html (faster from Europe) or from firstname.lastname@example.org.
N. Amersi, O. Beckwith, S. Miller, R. Ronan, and J. Sondow. (2011)cite arxiv:1108.0475Comment: 13 pages, 2 tables, to appear in the CANT 2011 Conference Proceedings. This is version 2.0. Changes: fixed typos, added references to OEIS sequences, and cited Shevelev's preprint.