Topos

In mathematics, a topos (s, s or s; plural topoi ɔɪ or ɔɪ, or toposes) is a type of category that behaves like the category of sheaves of sets on a topological space (or more generally: on a site). Topoi behave much like the category of sets and possess a notion of localization; they are in a sense a generalization of point-set topology. The G...
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topos

(from the article `mathematics, foundations of`) ...have followed Brouwer in rejecting this principle on philosophical grounds, it came as a great surprise to people working in category theory that ... The original purpose of category theory had been to make precise certain technical notions of algebra and topology and to present crucia...
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topos

noun a traditional theme or motif or literary convention; `James Joyce uses the topos of the Wandering Jew in his Ulysses`
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Topos

[mathematics] ===Korean Air Lines Flight 007=== This peer review discussion has been closed. I`ve listed this somewhat controversial article for peer review because it has undergone a major overhaul since it was last submitted for GA by Bert Schlossberg a month ago. In particular, before submitting for GA again, I`d like a second opinion on...
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Topos

A line or specific style of argument.
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