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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 23 Oct 18, Tuesday

Random information on the term “Connection”:

Geometry of quantum systems (e.g.,noncommutative geometry and supergeometry) is mainlyphrased in algebraic terms of modules andalgebras. Connections on modules aregeneralization of a linear connection on a smooth vector bundle E → X {\displaystyle E\to X} written as a Koszul connection on the C ∞ ( X ) {\displaystyle C^{\infty }(X)} -module of sections of E → X {\displaystyle E\to X} .[1]

Let A {\displaystyle A} be a commutative ringand P {\displaystyle P} an A-module. There are different equivalent definitionsof a connection on P {\displaystyle P} .[2] Let D ( A ) {\displaystyle D(A)} be the module of derivations of a ring A {\displaystyle A} . Aconnection on an A-module P {\displaystyle P} is definedas an A-module morphism

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Random information on the term “NEXUS”:

The Dragonlance Nexus is a Dragonlance fansite that was created in 1996 as “Dragon Realm”. The site was overhauled and a new name was given to it as the “Dragonlance Nexus”. Beginning on November 28, 2005, the site began publishing articles written by established authors starting with an article on Jaymes Markham by the author Douglas Niles.[2][3] Other authors have contributed to the Lexicon, such as Nancy Varian Berberick,[4][5][6] Mary H. Herbert,[7][8] Kevin T. Stein,[9][10] and more recently Jean Rabe.[11] Some of the articles found in the site have been published in the Dragonlance Campaign Setting by Sovereign Press. The site won the gold ENnie for best fan site on August 16, 2007 at Gen Con.[12]

The Dragonlance Nexus traces its origins past 1996, but its current form was launched in January 2001.

The origin of the Nexus begins with a small site called “the Dragon’s Realm.” The site was started in the summer of 1996 as an experiment by long-time staff member Matt Haag aka Paladin to learn HTML and to talk about some of the AD&D Gold Box videogames he was playing at the time.

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