Abstract. This book contains the basics of linear algebra with an emphasis on non-standard and neat proofs of known theorems. Many of the theorems of linear algebra obtained mainly during the past 30 years are usually ignored in text-books but are quite accessible for students majoring or minoring in mathematics. These theorems. if t is a closed term of type Nat of WTT (so, it does use the Axiom of Univalence) and t --> S^n(0) then t evaluates to n for the cubical evaluation I believe that it should also be possible to show (variation of Vladimir's conjecture but for WTT) if t is a closed term of type Nat of WTT + the Axiom of Univalence. Right. Theorem , before formulating the equivalence between (i)-(iv), starts by assuming that we already have (in the notation of this message) x0: X and a0: A x0. Apart from that, the above observation is (essentially) the equivalence between (iii) and (iv). Now switching back to the notation of the theorem of the book, it is a. (That this is true was conjectured by Voevodsky when he introduced the univalence axiom.) Unfortunately, the gluing approach also suffers from a coherence problem. In a homotopical setting, we’d like to glue along a “global sections” functor valued in simplicial sets (or .

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