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Something I realized the other day after playing the mod was how absolutely incredible the mod is on the PS3 (and I have the arcade version). I had played the mod in the arcades a few years ago and it was very easy to jump in. I honestly cannot remember why I stopped playing it because the experience was so smooth. I downloaded the mod the other day and was immediately reminded how well the game plays. I felt like I'd just jumped into the arcade version. Every button was intuitive and just working the way you'd expect. There were no annoying pop-ups about what you could do or how your moves would affect the end-game. The people who've worked on the mod have put in a lot of work. A lot of that work just needs to be shown off in real time because it's so rewarding to play the mod. It's an incredibly beautiful game and when I booted up the mod the first time I had to stop what I was doing because it just looks so great. It's pretty amazing that such a fast-paced game with such a narrow focus could look so good. GK: So what will the future bring for Nova Terra? JB: We're currently working on a second patch that will address a couple of issues with the mod. We also want to continue supporting the mod and any future patches that come out. We're going to be working on the final arcade release of Nova Terra at some point as well.Q: Definition of "embedding dimension" My question is about the definition of embedding dimension for topological spaces. There are two commonly used definitions: One is the minimal number of open sets of $X$ whose union is $X$. In case this number is $n$, then we say that $X$ has embedding dimension $n$. The other definition is the minimal number of open sets whose union is a subspace of $X$. In case this number is $n$, then we say that $X$ has embedding dimension $n$. Both these definitions seem a bit "ad-hoc". First, let me give a motivation for this. I am currently trying to understand a paper that uses these definitions. The paper works with topological spaces equipped with an equivalence relation, and they want to talk about "thickening up" of the space. The concept of "thickening up" is just the same as "embedding", but it

 

 

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