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answered Proofs that require fundamentally new ways of thinking
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comment On a characterization of the symbolic square of prime ideals in polynomial rings
@darji: Sorry that was a typo. It should have been $f\in P$ in the characterization. Thanks for pointing it out.
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comment Rational powers of ideals in Noetherian rings
@Karl: Thanks for this. I don't know much about multiplier ideals, but I shall come back to this when I do.
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@Allen: Thanks for the reference. I shall look into this.
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comment Rational powers of ideals in Noetherian rings
@Qiaochu: Thanks. As far as I remember, I didn't have to do this on math.SE.
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comment Radicals of binomial ideals
@J.C. Ottern: Yes. That is the paper I refer to in my second paragraph.
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comment Radicals of binomial ideals
@Thomas: Thanks. I had already looked over your paper earlier and also used your package "binomials" in Macaulay2. It has been extremely useful, though I was curious to know if there is any abstract description of radicals of binomial ideals. I am not optimistic about as general a result as in the case of monomial ideals, but I would definitely be interested in seeing some results under additional hypothesis (like the ones I mention in the last paragraph).