Versions of this animation were created by Etienne Farcot based on the specifications of Shinichi Mochizuki and suggestions of Ivan Fesenko.
The animations are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Work on them was partially supported by Symmetries and Correspondences.
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Animation 1 illustrates Theorem A of Sh. Mochizuki, Inter-universal Teichmüller theory III: Canonical splittings of the log-theta-lattice, preprint 2012-2015,
available from Papers of Shinichi Mochizuki as this pdf file.
Washi paper background
With fukugen stone from Tenryu-ji Temple in Kyoto. The word "fukugen" may be
translated "restoration" or "reconstruction"
With fukugen no nagare stone from Tenryu-ji Temple in Kyoto,
"fukugen no nagare"= "flow of fukugen"
With fukugen stone as background
With fukugen no nagare stone as background