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Exercices pratiques (Philipp, Isidor)
Israel Journal of Mathematics. We construct a model category in the sense of Quillen for set theory, starting from two arbitrary, but natural, conventions. It is the simplest category satisfying our conventions and modelling the notions of finiteness, countability and infinite equi-cardinality. We argue that from the homotopy theoretic point of view our construction is essentially automatic following basic existing methods, and so is almost all the verification that the construction works. We use the posetal model category to introduce homotopy-theoretic intuitions to set theory. Unable to display preview.
This book is a fascinating exploration of the interaction of format and content, and anyone interested in the comic medium should own a copy. The book is based on a simple one-page anecdote which I re-draw and re-tell 99 times in different genres and drawing styles, in the form of homages and parodies, and in formal experiments that test the boundaries of the medium of comics. You can also read it online in German or Hungarian. I am always interested in new foreign editions so if you are a translator, editor, publisher, or superfan, please get in touch as I control the rights. Read excerpts from the book here.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content. Visual Story Telling. It presents the process and results of an experimental design workshop held as a warm up activity inside the Visual Design and Visual Communication and Interface Design classes at University of Milano-Bicocca since View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert.