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A Very Elementary Introduction to Sheaves

@inproceedings{Agrios2022AVE,
  title={A Very Elementary Introduction to Sheaves},
  author={Mark Agrios},
  year={2022}
}
Here, we give a simple and approachable explanation to the mathematical objects called sheaves. This paper presents tangible and concrete examples so that readers will be able to further explore these concepts on their own in more abstraction and application. There are things called pre-sheaves which are a less specific object used to define a true sheaf. It just isn’t helpful to bring up that distinction in an introductory paper. So sometimes when the word "sheaf" is used it might actually… 

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