Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Saw Kaustuv defend his PhD thesis and Lars Birkedal talk about his research today.
I'm pretty sure this paper explains Lars's answer to my question, that the indeed category of finitely supported FM-sets is equivalent to the category of continuous G-sets for G some crazy topologization of Aut(N), as well as being equivalent to the full subcategory of pullback-preserving functors in SetsI where I is the category of finite sets an injective maps — but I haven't digested most of this stuff beyond being able to parrot it back.
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