bio | website | math.uky.edu/~braun |
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location | University of Kentucky | |
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Jul 30 |
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Is there any natural construction for the irreducible representations of $G\wr S_n$?
@munees: you might also see this previous post: mathoverflow.net/questions/25625/… |
Apr 29 |
awarded | Critic |
Apr 29 |
answered | Testing simplicial complexes for shellability |
Apr 29 |
answered | Formalization (and background) of a formula, concering the integral points of a polygon. |
Mar 22 |
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Was the early calculus inconsistent?
I have mixed feelings about this entire thread. On the one hand, I am now aware of various papers written by katz et al. I have previously read a lot of Dunham, Grabiner, etc, and it is good to see a counterpoint to their position. However, I feel that the question was posed by katz merely as an excuse to give the above answer (with a personal citation). katz's previously closed post supports this. I find this frustrating, and it dampens my interest in katz's papers. If this is the case, I hope katz will take a different approach in the future. If not, I'll be glad to hear otherwise. |
Mar 19 |
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Was the early calculus inconsistent?
... Thus, the early practitioners found their techniques consistent, and modern commentators find their use of zero/non-zero quantities in proofs inconsistent. |
Mar 19 |
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Was the early calculus inconsistent?
The question is not clear, as the word "consistent" has multiple meanings. One must separately consider consistency of techniques and consistency of the arguments used to justify techniques. The practitioners of the early calculus viewed it as a set of legitimate methods for obtaining results that agreed with other methods and physical observation. They also treated certain quantities as both zero and non-zero in proofs, which is inconsistent with modern proof practice... |
May 11 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Apr 13 |
answered | The facial structure of the convex hull of a family of characteristic functions |
Dec 3 |
answered | Measure of intersection of polyhedral cone with unit sphere |
Dec 3 |
answered | Cyclotomic Polynomials in Combinatorics |
Apr 22 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jan 23 |
revised |
Examples of two different descriptions of a set that are not obviously equivalent?
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Jan 23 |
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Examples of two different descriptions of a set that are not obviously equivalent?
Added clarifying paragraph. |
Jan 23 |
awarded | Student |
Jan 23 |
asked | Examples of two different descriptions of a set that are not obviously equivalent? |
Dec 27 |
awarded | Supporter |
Dec 27 |
awarded | Editor |
Dec 27 |
revised |
What are the most general classes of simplicial complexes or posets for which the Charney-Davis conjecture is known, and what is the most general setting for which it might expected to be true?
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Dec 27 |
answered | What are the most general classes of simplicial complexes or posets for which the Charney-Davis conjecture is known, and what is the most general setting for which it might expected to be true? |