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TOPOS 4: Let’s not make the same mistake twice

Contributing Editor Robert Adler writes: This is the fourth, and final, of my columns on the Topology, Probability, and Statistics triad. You might recall that the common thread was TDA, [ More.. ]


TOPOS: Pinsky was wrong, Euler was right

Robert Adler presents the third in his series of four articles on TOPOS, Topology, Probability and Statistics: This month, I want to direct most of my words to my fellow [ More.. ]


TOPOS: Applied topologists do it with persistence

Robert Adler continues his series of articles on Topology, Probability and Statistics: In my previous column (in the March 2014 issue) I introduced TOPOS as an acronym for Topology, Probability [ More.. ]


Robert Adler: TOPOS, and why you should care about it

Robert Adler writes in the first of a new series of columns: To pure mathematicians, a topos is a type of category that behaves like the category of sheaves on [ More.. ]



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