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Super classical r-matrices and Poisson Lie supergroups

In classical case, given an r-matrix $r$ for $sl_n$, we can compute the corresponding Poisson bracket on $SL_n$ by using the formula $\{L \otimes L\} = [r, L \otimes L]$. For example, let $g=sl_2$ and ...
3
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Artin conjecture on L-functions

Artin conjecture on Artin $L$-functions asserts that the Artin $L$-function $L(\rho,s)$ of a non-trivial irreducible representation $\rho$ of the Galois group $\Gamma$ of a number field admits ...
2
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Partially permutative matrices

Let $V$ be a finite dimensional vector space over a field $K$. Then a map $L:V\otimes V\rightarrow V\otimes V$ is said to satisfy the Yang-Baxter equation if $(L\otimes I)(I\otimes L)(L\otimes I)=(I\...
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About the critical points of quasi-convex functions

What do we know about the structure of critical points of quasi-convex functions? I am looking for statements like "the critical points of a quasi-convex function are always either a global minima ...
6
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k-flats in homogeneous spaces

In a symmetric space of rank $k$ (and I'll take $k > 1$) every geodesic is contained in a $k$-flat: a totally geodesic, flat, connected, and closed submanifold of dimension $k$. Question. Are ...
2
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1answer
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Size of automorphism group of random regular graph

If I pick a random regular graph on $n$-vertices and degree $d$ from uniform distribution what is the probability that its automorphism group is of size at least $m$? -- I want to know what is the ...
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Follow-up to Steinberg's problem (12) in his 1966 ICM talk?

Steinberg's lecture at the 1966 ICM in Moscow here surveyed his work on regular elements of semisimple algebraic groups, while also formulating a number of then-open questions as "problems" (with ...
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The number of monotone Boolean functions

In the paper "The number of monotone Boolean functions" A. D. Korshunov calculates an asymptotic number of the number of monotone Boolean functions (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dedekind_number)...
3
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Minimal algebraic degree of symmetric unit distance embedding of Heawood graph

I'm looking at embeddings of the Heawood graph in the plane as unit distance graph. Apparently the first such embedding was given by Gerbracht, 2009 and has algebraic (over the rationals) coordinates ...
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What is the sharpest bound of this sum?

Fix $y\geq 1$ and let $\delta$ be a small enough positive real number. Put $$\mathcal{D}^{+}=\left\{d=p_{1}...p_{l}: p_{l}<...<p_{1},\ p_{m} \leq y_{m} \ \textrm{for all odd} \ m \right\},$$ ...
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1answer
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A uniform Lebesgue density theorem

The Lebesgue density theorem in $\mathbb{R}^n$ may be stated as follows. For a Lebesgue-measurable $A\subseteq\mathbb{R}$ and $r>0, x\in\mathbb{R}^n$, define $$ \chi_{A,r}(x)=\frac{\mu(A\cap B_r(x))...
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How do I go about solving the following problem? [closed]

Given $(m_1,m_2, ...,m_r)\in Z^r_{\geq 0}$, and $a_1, a_2, · · · , a_r \in \mathbb{N}$ such that: $\sum_{i=1}^r a_im_i=qL$ where $L$ denotes the least common multiple of $a_1, a_2, · · · , a_r$ and $...
3
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1answer
127 views

Number of distinct variables used in axiomatizating (Classical) Propositional Logic

The first part of the present question is concerned with Classical Propositional Logic (CPL). The second part involves its fragments or alternative logical systems. There are in the literature many ...
3
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Random polyominoes containing $2\times2$ squares

The construction quoted in the question "How to sample a uniform random polyomino?" claims to produce a "uniform random polyomino". But apart from the mentioned possibility of getting stuck, it also ...
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An idea of two sided invertible matrix [on hold]

Can you suggest me a reading material that expand on the idea of two matrices that are inverse to each other but which are not square matrices? Here's what I think of, take $A$ a matrix of order $n\...
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Quotient of Cohen-Macaulay ring

Let $A$ be a Cohen-Macaulay ring, and $I$ an ideal of $A$. What can we say about $\operatorname{depth}(A/I)$? I know that $\operatorname{depth}(A/I)\le \dim(A/I)$.
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De Rham Cohomology in positive characteristic

This question is about the possible existence of a "compactified" algebraic De Rham cohomology in positive characteristic. Namely, one knows that, for a smooth, but not proper, variety $U$ over a ...
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When is a functor a right derived functor?

Suppose we have Grothendieck abelian categories $\mathcal{A}, \mathcal{B}$. Suppose also we have given an exact functor of triangulated categories $$ F \colon D(\mathcal{A}) \to D(\mathcal{B}) $$ ...
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What are the most important mathematical prerequisites for machine learning? [on hold]

Next week I like to start the machine learning class with Andrew Ng and now I like to brush up on some mathematical topics. My inquires let me to some recommendations: Linear Algebra: matrices ...
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1answer
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What is the structure group of the Hopf fibration $S_1\rightarrow S_3 \stackrel{p}\rightarrow S_2$?

I am studying fiber bundles and have thoroughly reviewed the famous example of the Möbius strip. In that example, I learned how to discover that the structure group of the Möbius strip fiber bundle ...
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BV functions with values in metric space

$ \newcommand{\IR}{\mathbb{R}} \newcommand{\IN}{\mathbb{N}} \newcommand{\supp}{\operatorname{supp}} \newcommand{\divergence}{\operatorname{div}} \newcommand{\Lip}{\operatorname{Lip}} $ Let $E$ be a ...
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Existence of solution to first order pde [closed]

Let $U : = \big(-\frac 12, \frac 12 \big)^2 \setminus B_R(0)$ for some sufficiently small $R > 0$. I would like to prove the existence of a solution $\rho = \rho (x_1, x_2)\in C^1(U)$ to the ...
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Eigenvalues of the Laplacian modulo primes

Let $d\geq 1$ be an integer and consider $M = \mathbb{R}^d / \mathbb{Z}^d$. Let $\Delta$ be the Laplace operator on $M$. Then the eigenvalues are $$\frac{1}{4 \pi^2}\lambda_{\vec{k}} = |\vec{k}|^2.$$ ...
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Small set such that $\{1 , \ldots , n\} \cdot A = \mathbb{Z} / p \mathbb{Z}$

Let $p$ be a large prime and $n < p$. What is the smallest size of a set $A \subset \mathbb{Z} / p \mathbb{Z}$ such that $A \cdot \{1 , \ldots , n\} = \mathbb{Z} / p \mathbb{Z}$? Here $\cdot$ ...
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Some examples of $\mathbb Q$-Gorenstein smoothing

I am trying to understand $\mathbb Q$-Gorenstein smoothings, and especially the third condition in the following definition. Definition. For a normal projective surface $X$ with quotient ...
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Controlling the size of the balls in Hausdorff dimension/measure

Let $X$ be a compact metric space, and let $$ \nu_s(X):=\sup\limits_{\varepsilon>0} \inf\limits_{\mathcal{E}} \sum\limits_{E \in \mathcal E} \mathrm{diam}(E)^s $$ be the $s$-dimensional Hausdorff ...
6
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linear independence of $\sin(k \pi / m)$

I have tried searching the literature for a result like the following, but have not found anything. For a positive integer $m$, is it known that $$\{ \sin (k \pi / m): 1 \leq k \leq m/2, (k,m)=1 \}$$ ...
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1answer
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What is the shatter coefficient / VC - dimension of some hypothesis set?

Let $H:=\{h:\mathbb{N}_0^n \rightarrow \{0,1\}| h(x_1,\cdots,x_n) = \mathbb{1}_0(\sum_{i\in I}{x_i}-\sum_{j \notin I}{x_j}) \text{ for some } I \subset \{1,\cdots,n\}\}$ where $\mathbb{1}$ is the ...
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What mathematical background is preliminary for reading and understanding books/papers on wavelets? [migrated]

Please excuse my english. I have had the following math courses for mechatronics engineering education: Calculus (single and multivariable) Linear algebra (introductory) Differential equations (ode'...
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Representation Theorem for levy process

The answer given by The Bridge, Martingale representation theorem for Levy processes was useful for me. Thank you. But I have a question, can this theorem be given for $X_t$ being not just $R^n$ ...
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Constructible sheaves on general stratified spaces

I am not an expert in the field, so my question might be rather standard. Let $X$ be a compact metric space. Assume that $X=\cup_{i=1}^NS_i$ is a finite disjoint union of locally closed topological ...
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Interpolation inequality for fractional Sobolev spaces

In Theorem 5.2 of the book Robert A. Adams and John J. F. Fournier, MR 2424078 Sobolev spaces, ISBN: 0-12-044143-8. is stated that, for any integers $0 \leq j \leq m$ and $u \in W^{m,p}(\Omega)$ (...
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Factorial Series

Is there a closed form expression for $$ \sum_{k=n}^\infty\frac{k!^2}{(k+x)(k-n)!(k+n+1)!} $$ where $0<x<1$ ? (For $n=0$, I know that $$\sum_{k=0}^\infty\frac{1}{(k+x)(k+1)}=\frac{\psi(x)+\...
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Drawing graph with some different metric values [on hold]

I have some metrics but all of them have different values. Some are decimals, some are integers and some are large numbers. Assume the metrics are (average values): - metric1 - 1500 - metric2 - 0....
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1answer
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Version of Donsker-Invariance-Principle

Assume we have a Levy process $(X_t)_{t\geq 0}$ with a finite second moment for all $t>0$. For simplicity, say $\operatorname{Var}\left[X_1\right]=1$. Let $\tilde{X}_t:=X_t-t\cdot E\left[X_1\right]$...
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1answer
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Action of $\mathbb{Z}/3\mathbb{Z}$ on $P^{1}$ [closed]

I am reading from the book Topics in Galois theory by Serre. I have the following question , take $G=\mathbb{Z}/3\mathbb{Z}$. The group $G$ acts on $P^1$ by $$\sigma x\;=\;1/(1-x)$$ where $\sigma$ ...
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Characters and Galois stability

Let $G$ be a finite abelian group and $\widehat{G}$ the character group. Let $S \subset \widehat{G}$ be a Galois-stable subset i.e. if $\chi \in S$, then the Galois conjugates $\chi^{\sigma} \in S$ ...
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Equality of sum of fractions implies correspondence of terms [closed]

I am working in a theorem of Jhonson and Newman about cospectrality and got stucked un this claim. can you help me? $a_i$ and $b_i$ are non negative numbers, $z\in\mathbb{C}$ and $d_i \neq d_j$ for $...
0
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1answer
60 views

On some examples of critical families

I'm reading the book on Injective choice functions by Holz, Podewski and Steffens, and I find it to be at the same time well written and quite difficult. It has almost no examples - and in quite a few ...
4
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1answer
147 views

Does complex multiplication for higher dimensional abelian varieties give some generalization of class field theory?

I am currently learning some aspects of the theory of complex multiplication for elliptic curves, and the relationship with class field theory. As I understand it, there is a very special class of ...
2
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1answer
74 views

Minimize matrix distance to tensor product

Minimize the following function: $ f(V) = || V \otimes V - U_1 \otimes U_2 ||$ where $U_1, U_2 \in SU(n)$ are fixed and we minimize over all $V \in SU(n)$. The norm is from the trace inner product. ...
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A generalization of the Tucker circle theorem and the Thomsen theorem associated with a conic

I gave a generalization of the Tucker circle theorem and the Thomsen theorem at here. Now, I give a more generalization of these theorems as following: Problem: Let $A_1A_2A_3A_4A_5A_6$ be a hexagon, ...
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Software for matching theorems to inputted conditions/hypotheses

Many times I find myself going through analysis books, wikipedia and papers, looking for what is known for my functions/objects at hand. So is there any software that at least tries to move in that ...
3
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1answer
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Does this PDE have a name?

I'm looking for any and all information that might be known about the following second-order PDE for one function $u(x,y)$: $ u_{xy} = u_x e^u + u_y e^{-u} $ e.g., Does it have a name? Is it known ...
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Uniform Concentration Bounds on Weighted Sum of i.i.d. Bernoulli Random Variables

Let $\delta_1,...,\delta_n$ be $n$ independent identically distributed Bernoulli random variables with $\mathbb{P}(\delta_1=1)=p$. We consider a set $\Omega = \{\mathbf{a}:=(a_1,...,a_n)~|~a_i\in [0,c/...
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When can the Cayley graph of the symmetries of an object have those symmetries?

Let $P$ be an object in $\mathbb{R}^n$ with symmetry group $G$. Let $C$ be the a Cayley graph of $G$. When can $C$ be embedded in $\mathbb{R}^m$ so that the embedded graph has the same symmetry ...
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example of fuchsian groups acting on 2-sphere by G. Martin

Currently I am reading a paper "Infinite group actions on spheres" by Gaven Martin. I am a first year graduate students and I got lots of questions, so one of them is about the following example: (...
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How to sample a uniform random polyomino?

A polyomino is formed by joining finitely many unit squares edge to edge. It may be regarded as a finite subset of the regular square tiling with a connected interior. In particular, for us, ...
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2answers
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$x_1 = 2$, $x_{n + 1} = {{x_n(x_n + 1)}\over2}$, what can we say about $x_n \text{ mod }2$?

This question was asked on MathStackexchange here, but there was no answer, so I am asking it here. Let$$x_1 = 2, \quad x_{n + 1} = {{x_n(x_n + 1)}\over2}.$$What can we say about the behavior of $x_n ...
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Finite groups are isomorphic [closed]

For two finite groups $G_1, G_2$ if for every integer $n\geq 0$, $|G_1^n| = |G_2^n|$, then is it true that $G_1\cong G_2$? By $G^k$ we mean set $\{g^k|g\in G\}$.

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