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revised Special cases of Dirichlet's theorem
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comment What makes a theorem *a* “nullstellensatz.”
How is this connected to Nullstellensätze? A look at the linked paper immediately makes this clear.
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reviewed Edit Question on solving an optimization problem using Variable splitting and ADMM
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revised Question on solving an optimization problem using Variable splitting and ADMM
Made the English more fluent, corrected type-setting issues.
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comment Name for a type of weak path connectedness?
ACL Does it make a difference? All the points in any given path lie in the same path component. Any finite number of points in a path component will lie in one common path.
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revised Name for a type of weak path connectedness?
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comment Combinatorial description of a 120-cell
@Will Sawin arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0510191
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comment Combinatorial description of a 120-cell
One can represent faces of the dodecahedron as cyclic words containing two numbers, one hatted, one not, and an $\hat{X}$; the $\hat{X}$ must sit cyclically to the right of the hatted number. For the edges on a face, either: specialize the $\hat{X}$ to $0$ or $1$; remove the hat from the hatted number and specialize $\hat{X}$ to $\hat{0}$ or $\hat{1}$; or replace the hatted number by $X$. For the vertices on a face, either remove the hat from the hatted number and replace $\hat{X}$ by $0$, $1$ or $X$; or replace the hatted number by $X$ and $\hat{X}$ by $0$ or $1$.
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reviewed Approve Bidi: A new cardinal characteristic of the continuum?