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Hello! Does anybody know an image of a graph featuring the hierarchy of algebraic structures? Something rather complete.
So far I've found similar images describing the hierarchies of classes/categories in various programming languages. For example
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This is sort of a delayed response, but I came upon this question while googling for the visualization of the hierarchy of structures used in the Coq proof of the Feit-Thompson Odd Order theorem. That visualization is
located here, image copied below:
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