Post without words #30

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Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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5 Responses to Post without words #30

  1. Gabriel Ferrer says:

    Very cool. When I first glanced at it, it looked like the infamous multiple-inheritance diamond diagram. I’m happy to see it is modeling something else entirely.

  2. kaligule says:

    Looks like a subset-lattice oft sets with 1..4 elements. Each node is a subset of the uppermost Bode. The colors tell you which elements are in the subset. If A is a proper subset of B then (and only then) A and B are connected (possibly through some intermediate nodes) and A is lower then B.


  3. Denis says:

    Power sets return! Makes it very clear that they are hypercubes.

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