Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Had a really interesting mini-breakthrough thinking about that planar-map-lambda calculus correspondence that I've been obsessed with for the past couple weeks:

When you pick the correct ordering-convention (I'd been working with the "wrong" one, at least for this purpose) you can manipulate normal terms into the image of the usual trinity embedding of general-valency planar maps into trivalent planar maps:
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