Calculus without limits

## QR deformation

A discrete geometry does not have a lot of symmetry as the automorphism group is in general empty. The isospectral set of the Laplacian or Dirac matrix is large enough however. Note that when dealing with a specific class of operators like Dirac matrices, then not all isospectral matrices qualify. …

## Fusion Inequality for Quadratic Cohomology

While linear cohomology deals with functions on simplices, quadratic cohomology deals with functions on pairs of simplices that intersect. Linear cohomology is to Euler characteristic what quadratic cohomology is to Wu characteristic $w(G) = \sum_{x,y, x \cap y \in G} w(x) w(y)$. If the simplicial complex is split into a …

## Delta sets from Quivers

Quivers are graph in which multiple connections and loops are allowed. Since there is a Dirac operator d+d* with exterior derivative for them, they define a one-dimensional delta set (G,D,r), where G is the union of vertices and edges (loops count as edges) and r is the dimension function which …

## Arboricity of spheres

We explain why the arboricity of 3 spheres can take values between 4 and 7 and mention that for 3 manifolds the upper bound is 9 (but believed to be 7).