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reviewed Approve Easiest way to determine the singular locus of projective variety & resolution of singularities
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reviewed Approve Is the module action $M\times M^*\to M^*$ jointly continuous?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Matrix decomposition the other way
Jan
17
reviewed Approve Induced matrix norm less than one for matrices with spectral radius less than one
Jan
9
reviewed Approve Analytic continuation of intertwining operator
Dec
15
revised Spectrum of the Grassmannian Laplacian
small typo fix
Dec
8
comment Multiplicative Structure of the Atiyah-Hirzebruch/Leray-Serre spectral sequence
Switzer agrees with your assessment: Remark 4 of Chapter 15 outlines what you'd want to show and how you'd go about showing it, then says "Checking the details of all these statements is extremely tedious."
Nov
29
reviewed Approve Spectral properties of the Laplace operator and topological properties
Nov
14
reviewed Approve Node-edge coloring of graphs
Nov
7
reviewed Approve What are some very important papers published in non-top journals?
Oct
24
awarded  Yearling
Oct
19
comment When do contributions of $\pi_*(L_{K(n)}S^0)$ to $\pi_*(S^0)$ stabilize?
As a word of warning: even once $\pi_m S \to \pi_m L_{E(n)} S$ becomes injective, it can fail to be surjective indefinitely without violating the convergence theorem. So, even if you had some lower bound on n and a computation of $\pi_m L_{E(n)} S$, it will be hard to sort out what information is "real" and what is chromatic crosstalk.
Oct
17
reviewed Approve Classifying compact homogeneous Kähler manifolds
Oct
17
awarded  Informed
Oct
14
reviewed Approve Existence of a non-null-homotopic simple closed curve
Sep
3
reviewed Approve $C^1$ Sard related question
Aug
22
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
21
revised Homology of localisations of spectra
edited body
Jun
20
comment If a topological space has vanishing $n$th homology for every possible homology theory, does it have vanishing $n$th homotopy?
Do you get a positive answer if you also require twisted ordinary homology to vanish?