The personal wiki of Eric Forgy has 74 pages. Some of these are organised into categories.

- A Discrete Exterior Calculus and Electromagnetic Theory on a Lattice
- A Time-Domain Method With Isotropic Dispersion and Increased Stability on an Overlapped Lattice
- algebra of projections
- Arrow Category of Categories
- Azimuth Images
- Bicategory of Cubes
- Boundary of a 2-Morphism and the Interchange Law
- cardinality
- Categorical Quantum Mechanics
- Categorified Symmetries
- Causal Graphs
- Cograph
- Colimit as a Linear Regression of Multisets
- Cone
- Crossed Category
- Delooping
- Densitized Pseudo Twisted Forms
- diamonation
- differential envelope
- directed smooth space
- Directed Space
- directed space
- Discrete differential geometry on causal graphs
- Discrete Martingales
- Dissertation
- Drafts
- Eric Forgy
- Exploding and Imploding a Category
- Financial Modelling Using Discrete Stochastic Calculus
- Free Direct Graded Categories
- Generating Finite Categories
- Geometric Issue and Sector Selection for Performance Attribution
- graded commutator
- graded differential algebra
- graph operator
- HomePage
- How to Copy and Paste Material from the n-Cafe and Include Links Back and Forth
- Ian Durham
- inner product of multisets
- itex2MML
- Kan Extension
- Kähler differential
- Mathematical Finance
- Mathematics
- Mike Shulman
- Modified Wedge Product
- Motivation for Sheaves, Cohomology, and Higher Stacks
- Multiset
- Natural Transformation
- Natural Transformations Between Endofunctors
- Nested Graph
- Noncommutative Geometry and Stochastic Calculus
- Noncommutative Kähler Differentials
- Noncommutative Stochastic Calculus
- Notes on Grothendieck Topologies, Fibered Categories and Descent Theory
- Papers
- Phasors
- Poisson Bracket
- Porting nLab to Mediawiki
- Position, Velocity, and Acceleration
- Process Calculus
- Random Thoughts
- References
- Sandbox
- Security Returns
- Shape Dependence in Commutative Diagrams
- Smooth Spaces
- Toby
- Toby Bartels
- two-sided differential ideal
- Understanding Double Categories
- Understanding Finite Limits
- Urs Schreiber
- ∞-groupoid