# Tagged Questions

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### Rational points of non-rational curves

An algebraic curve (in this question) is the zero set $C = f^{-1}(X\ Y)$ of any polynomial $f\in\mathbb R[X\ Y]$; we say then that $f$ represents $C$. ...

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### Hrushovski's Construction

Zilber expressed a conjecture for $\aleph_{1}$- categorical theories.(In 80s)
Zilber's Conjecture: The geometry of any $\aleph_{1}$- categorical structure is one of the following:
a) Trivial (No ...

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### What are the Voronoi cones in 4 variables?

Question: What are the top dimensional cones of the 2nd Voronoi decomposition of the space of positive definite forms in $4$ variables?
The 2nd Voronoi decomposition of the cone of positive definite ...

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### Integer lattice points on a hypersphere

Is the following statement true?
For every integer $n\ge2$ and every integer $k\ge0$ there exists a hypersphere in $\mathbb{R}^n$ (circle, sphere etc) containing exactly $k$ integer lattice ...

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### pavings and quadratic forms

Hi,
let $L$ be a lattice isomorphic to $\mathbb{Z}^r$ for some positive integer $r$ and $E=L\otimes \mathbb{R}$.
An integral paving in $E$ is a set $\Sigma$ of integral polytopes (the vertices are ...

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### Strong notions of general position

Hi!
I am looking for notions of general position that are stronger than linear general position.
To illustrate, 3 points in linear general position don't lie on a line. I want a notion that would ...

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### Access to a preprint by D. N. Verma

Some work I am doing is connected with a sequence 1, 3, 40, 1225, 67956, $\dots$ which agrees with http://oeis.org/A012250 for all eight terms. The only useful information in OEIS on this sequence is ...

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### On the number of lines of given points

Hi all, I have a question Concerning Beck's theorem. I have read it from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beck%27s_theorem and I have two questions :
I suppose Beck's theorem doesn't hold when instead ...

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### Literature Request: Genus Two Partition Functions

Apologies in advance for what will surely sound like a, "well why can't you just Google it" question, but I'm struggling to find good literature that presents the basic construction of genus two ...

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### Equivariant homology of Hilb and torus stable curves

The torus equivariant homology of a compact homogeneous variety $G/B$ may be described by using the "skeleton" consisting of torus fixed points and the torus invariant curves that connect them. ...

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### Presentation of the cohomology of generalized flag varieties as graded ranks of rings of symmetric polynomials

Hello!
Let $n,m\geq 0$ be integers. If I understand it correctly, there is the following description of the cohomology of the complex Grassmannian $\text{Gr}(m+n;m)$: denote by $\text{Sym}(n,m)$ the ...

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### Constructing affine hypersurfaces with one singularity

This is a followup to my previous poorly-worded question.
Consider a finite collection of points $S \subset \mathbb N^n$ lying in a hyperplane $H$. These points define exponents of a collection of ...

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### When are Ehrhart functions of compact convex sets polynomials?

Given a lattice $L$ and a subset $P\subset \mathbb R^d$, we define for each positive integer $t$ $$f_P(L,t)=|(tP\cap L)|$$ the number of lattice points in $tP$. Let's say $P$ is nice if $f_P(L,t)$ is ...