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Poincare inequality for connected Lie groups

Let $G$ be a compactly generated second countable locally compact group, and let $\mu$ be a probability measure which is: symmetric, adapted (in the sense that there is no proper subgroup $H$ such ...
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If $f : [-a,a] \rightarrow \mathbb{IR}$ is Scott continuous, why are $f^-$ and $f^+$ measurable?

In "A domain theoretic account of Picard's theorem" (http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~dirk/Publications/icalp2004.pdf), the authors assert the following. Let $\mathbb{IR}$ be the interval domain $\lbrace ...
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Some references for f-ring

A commutative ring $R$ is said to be an $f-ring$ if every pure ideal is generated by idempotents. (Recall that the ideal $I$ is said to be pure if for each $a\in I$ there is a $b\in I$ such that $ab = ...
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One-sided local $L^p$ spaces

Consider the vector space $L^p_{\text{left-loc}}$ of measurable functions $f:[0,1]\to\mathbb R$ so that for all $x\in(0,1]$ there exists $\delta>0$ so that $f|_{[x-\delta,x]}\in L^p$. Does this ...
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Linear Algebra classic books [closed]

I'm learning linear algebra at the moment, so I'm looking for some great old classic books. Something like Fermat's or Gauss books of some great mathematians. I don't really like the nowadays books ...
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system with solutions $\{x-a:0\leqslant a\leqslant z-1\}$ [on hold]

What must be $F$ there where $0=F(1,x,0)=F(x-0,x,z)=F(x-1,x,z)=F(x-2,x,z)=F(x-3,x,z)=$ $\dots$ $=f(x-z-1,x,z)=0$? Define $F$ in the domain where a continuous function exists that behaves so for ...
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interpreting the difference between curves [closed]

Is there any sophisticated mathematical method to interpret the difference between shape of two curves? (for example two log-logistic curves with different scale and shape) to be specific, I have two ...
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Ricci Tensor and Directional Derivatives confirmation [closed]

I did a computation which, I feel, requires confirmation. Consider the metric on $\mathbb{R}^2$ given by $$g_{ij} = \dfrac{\delta _{ij}}{1 + x^2 + y^2} .$$ This yields the coefficients for the Ricci ...
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“Friedrichs extension Laplacian” vs “Weak Laplacian” and fractional powers

Take $\Omega$ to be a bounded domain and consider Neumann BCs. In some works, I see that a Laplacian $(-\Delta_D)^{\frac 12}$ is defined as an operator with domain $H^1(\Omega)$, and in other works, ...
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Contracting join-incomplete lattice endomorphisms

Let $L$ be an complete lattice. A lattice homomorphism $f: L\to L$ is said to be join-incomplete if there is an infinite set $S \subseteq L$ such that $f(\bigvee_L S) \neq \bigvee_L f(S).$ If $f:L\to ...
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Increasing integral sequence of intermediate growth which is periodic modulo almost all primes

Many integral sequences are periodic modulo (almost) all primes. However all examples I know are either evaluations of suitable polynomials on consecutive integers (trivial examples) or grow at least ...
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Question about Castelnuovo-Mumford regularity

let $R$ be a Noetherian ring an $I$ an ideal of $R$. If $n,m\in N$ and $reg(G(I))=n$, then what can we say about $reg(G(I^m))$? Here $G(I)$ is the associated graded ring.
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Classification of commutative ring ideal closure operators?

First, some setup: So: given a commutative ring $R$, let $Ideals(R)$ be set of ideals of $R$ and let $IdealClosure(R)$ be the set of closure operations $cl: \mathcal{P}(R) \rightarrow Ideals(R)$. In ...
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Inscribed polytopal approximation to a convex body

This question is on the continuation of the post Approximation of convex body by polytopes The central problem I am interested is an explicit construction of inscribed polytope with at most $n$ ...
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Residue class sufficiency sets for the Collatz conjecture

I have recently managed to show a sequence of sufficiency sets for the Collatz conjecture whose natural density approaches 0 (the set theoretic limit approaches the set $\{1\}$). It is an extension of ...
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Is 6 the smallest index for an irreducible subfactor to have a principal graph with a multiplicity >1 edge?

The irreducible subfactor $(R^{S_3} \subset R)$, of index $6$, admits a principal with a multiplicity $2$ edge because the group $S_3$ admits an irreducible complex representation of dimension $2$. ...
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The hypoellipticity of a heat-like operator

I am aware that the heat operator (on a smooth manifold) is hypoelliptic. I am also aware that there are manifolds on which the Schrödinger's operator (with a $\Bbb i = \sqrt {-1}$ multiplying $\frac ...
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1answer
179 views

Can view the connected component of the Picard scheme $\text{Pic}^0(X)$ as a “kernel” of the first Chern class?

So on a curve, $\text{Pic}^0(X)$ is just the Jacobian variety, and just correspond to degree $0$ divisors. One way to extend the notion of divisors corresponding to a vector bundle is taking the first ...
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I need to know all geometry source to study geometry [closed]

I'm not specialist in geometry and I try to start learn all ph.d student need to know for their works. could you please introduce me which book should I start and please mention all book which is ...
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1answer
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Three questions about modular forms frequently asked to me

I have three questions related to the theory of modular forms and it was frequently asked to me by my collegues and even my invited teacher in our seminars of the number theory at the faculty of ...
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When is the adjoint to a monoidal functor monoidal?

Let $\mathcal C,\mathcal D$ be monoidal categories. Recall that a functor $F : \mathcal C \to \mathcal D$ is lax monoidal if it is equipped with maps $1_{\mathcal D} \to F(1_{\mathcal C})$ and $F(X) ...
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1answer
97 views

Inducing representations from the stabilizer of a partition

For each positive integer $i$, let $A_i$ be a fixed representation of the symmetric group $S_i$. I won't tell you exactly what $A_i$ is, but let's say that I have a very explicit description of its ...
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1answer
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pull back of an ample line bundle under a blow up

Suppose $\mu:X\rightarrow Y$ is a blow up of a smooth irreducible subvariety $Z$ of $Y$. Let $L$ be an ample line bundle on $Y$. Let $E$ be the exceptional divisor of $f$. Is it true that there ...
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Is $\liminf \frac{\sigma_{k}(n)}{n}$ finite for every $k$?

Can someone show me how to prove that $$\liminf_{n \to \infty} \frac{\sigma_{k}(n)}{n} < \infty$$ for every natural number $k$? Or is this problem open? Here, ...
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“Forthcoming paper” of Goldston-Graham-Pintz-Yıldırım

The above-named authors of [1] and its (significantly different) published version [2] write: In a forthcoming paper, we will show how the methods here can be extended to prove corresponding ...
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Find the function f(x)=Ca^x going through points (-1, 2) and (-3, 32) [closed]

I've solved a few of these but this ones giving me trouble. 2 = Ca^-1 2/(a^-1) = C 32 = [2/(a^-1)] * a^-3 2a^-3/a^-1 simplifies to 2a^-2 32 = 2a^-2 32/2 = a^-2 16 = a^-2 16 = 1/a^2 16a^2=1 a = ...
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Fractional Sobolev space as a Cameron-Martin space

In their paper "On Fractional Brownian Processes" (link here to the working paper), Feyel and Pradelle (1997) write in the introduction: "we give very simple proofs of the existence of different ...
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Algorithm for 10 point rating system [closed]

How would i approach making a rating system with the following rules: An items rating is within 1 to 10,0 points Users rate items from 1 to 10 points. 1 review can not give 10 points. I figure ...
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1answer
84 views

Partial differential equation from Kirchhoff system

I was seeking for the solution of following partial differential equation for two unknowns $\vec{u}(s,t), \vec{w}(s,t)$ $$\partial_t \vec{u} = \partial_s \vec{w} - [\vec{w} \times \vec{u}].$$ Using ...
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Is the family of probabilities generated by a random walk on a finitely generated amenable group asymptotically invariant?

Is the family of probabilities $\mu^n$ (convolution) generated by a random walk $\mu$ on a finitely generated amenable group $G$ asymptotically invariant ($\|g\mu^n-\mu\|_{L^1}\to 0$ for any $g\in ...
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This is a quadratic equating question [closed]

If p,q,r,s are the roots of (x^2+x+4)^2 + 3x(x^2+x+4)+2x^2 = 0, then |p|+|q|+|r|+|s| is equal to :
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Automorphisms of del Pezzo surfaces

Let $S$ be a del Pezzo surface of degree six over $\mathbb{C}$. Then $S$ is the blow-up of $\mathbb{P}^2$ in three general points $p_1,p_2,p_3$. Is it true that its automorphism group is ...
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Is there a way to approximate a logarithmic function with a Gaussian at a point? [closed]

One way of Gaussian approximation to a function g(x) at a point x_0 is the Laplace approximation, but that requires an exp log g(x) transform, which would result in a log log f(x) expression if g(x) = ...
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Lipschitz-like behaviour of quartic polynomials [migrated]

I have observed the following phenomenon: Let the biquadratic $q(x)=x^4-Ax^2+B$ have four real roots and perturb it by a linear factor $p(x)=q(x)+mx$, so that $m$ not too large with respect to ...
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Modular property of indefinite degenerate theta series

Is there anything known about the (mock)modular properties, if any, of the following theta series, $\sum_{n\in {\mathbb Z}^r_+} e^{2\pi i \langle b, n\rangle} q^{\frac12 \langle n,n\rangle}$, where ...
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Are all locally compact anisotropic groupoids etale up to equivalence?

By groupoid I mean "open topological groupoid",i.e. topological groupoids whose source and target maps are open surjections, and the notion of equivalence I'm considering is the isomorphism in the ...
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Mathjax vs Katex [closed]

Whats the difference between KaTex and Mathjax. I think KaTex has a better Font while math rendered by MathJax looks so bulky and ugly. Are the MathJax people working on improving their program in ...
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Deducing probability density functions from model equations [closed]

I need to code stochastic models: $x_{n+1} = f(x_{n},\theta)$ where $x_n$ is the state of my system at time $n$ and $\theta$ is a set of parameters for this model, constant through time, and ...
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1answer
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Optimal covering and CSPNG

Consider a function $f: \{0,1\}^n \to \{0,1\}^{cn}$, where $c>1$. A random $f$ with high probability generates optimal covering of $\{0,1\}^{cn}$, i. e.: $\forall x \in \{0,1\}^{cn}$ $\exists y ...
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“Nice” and “nasty” partitions in graphs

Let $G=(V,E)$ be a simple, undirected graph, that is $V$ is a set and $E \subseteq [V]^2 = \{\{v,w\}: v,w \in V \land v\neq w\}$. For $v\in V$ and $S\subseteq V$ we set $$N(v,S) = \{w\in S: \{v,w\} ...
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Generalized Characteristic Polynomial with Unimodular Roots

Let us define a diagonal matrix $\mathbf{D}(z) = diag(z^{m_1}, \dots, z^{m_N})$ with $z\in\mathbb{C}$ and positive integers $m_1, \dots, m_N$. The generalized characteristic polynomial of a matrix ...
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How to analyse the stability of hyperbolic balance laws with diffusion?

Assume we have the following system of balance laws: $$ U_t+\partial_x F(U,x)=S(U,x)+\partial_x(D(U,x)U_x). $$ Is there any method to analyse the stability of its solution (assume that the solution ...
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Symplectic spectrum

I have a question about a step in the proof of the following theorem from symplectic geometry. The theorem is: Given any ellipsoid $E:=\{ w \in \mathbb{R}^{2n}; \sum_{i,j =1}^{2n} a_{ij}w_iw_j \le ...
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Ultraproducts and subobjects of projectives

Usually the question whether the class of projective algebras in a given variety is closed under taking subalgebras seems to be quite hard. In varieties with well understood dual geometry (e. g. ...
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1answer
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Self-concordant function for dual cone

I wonder if there is any existing result for self-concordant function in the literature about the following question. Suppose $f$ is a self-concordant barrier function of a proper cone $K$ (pointed, ...
2
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3answers
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Integral points on a particular family of curves

This is a follow-up to this question (and comments thereon). Namely, it follows from Felipe Voloch's comment that for any $n>2$ there is a finite set of integral $(x, y),$ such that $$ ...
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Symmetries of module categories over the category of representations of quantum $sl(2)$

The category $\mathcal{C}_l$ of tilting modules of the quantum group $U_q(sl_2)$ quotiented out by the modules of zero quantum dimension has a natural structure as a semisimple monoidal category when ...
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Are there congruence subgroups other than $SL_2(\mathbb Z)$ with exactly 1 cusp?

Are there any congruence subgroups other than $SL_2(\mathbb Z)$ which have exactly 1 cusp? By congruence subgroup, I mean a subgroup of $SL_2(\mathbb Z)$ containing $\Gamma(N)$ for some $N$. This ...
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Jackson's theorem to optimize mean queue length of a traffic model

The following question I posted in mathematics stack exchange one month ago[http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1307077/jacksons-theorem-to-optimize-mean-queue-length-of-a-traffic-model] but ...
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1answer
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Connected CW complex, isomorphism?

Let $\pi$ be a group and let $K(\pi, 1)$ be a connected CW complex such that $\pi_1(K(\pi, 1)) = \pi$ and $\pi_q(K(\pi, 1)) = 0$ for $q \neq 1$. My question is, are $H_*(K(\pi, 1);A)$ and ...

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