Shelley has her own card at the library, so naturally I have to get one of my own. Bonus points go to the first person who gets the reference(s) in the card.

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Shelley has her own card at the library, so naturally I have to get one of my own. Bonus points go to the first person who gets the reference(s) in the card.

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I can’t figure out the .L77 part, but QA247 is one of my favorite parts of the math library. Yay for Galois theory! (And ring theory and differential algebra and some other algebra-related stuff. LoC does some strange things with algebra.)

I’ve assembled the known cards here:

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QA247 is algebraic number theory, among other things. The L77 part is just my name plus a number that doesn’t exist yet, in order to avoid accidentally coinciding with anything by Lang.

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