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Professor of Mathematics at Temple University. This year the ICERM Visiting Professor at Brown (and ICERM).


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comment Heegaard genera of arithmetic 3-manifolds
I find it peculiar that this answer remains accepted and un-withdrawan, despite being wrong.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Positivity of the top Lyapunov exponent
Aug
17
reviewed Close Does this “modeling relationship” occur in mathematics (Galois connections, relation algebra, category theory)?
Aug
17
reviewed Leave Open A question about ordinal numbers and sub-theories of ZF
Aug
17
reviewed Close Chow group of zero-cycles generated by open dense subscheme
Aug
17
reviewed Close Significance Testing for Periodic Component in additive of white noise
Aug
17
reviewed Leave Open How to get Fourier–Stieltjes transform on $\mathbb R$ from the nice function on $\mathbb T$ (periodic on $\mathbb R$)?
Aug
17
reviewed Leave Open Existence or uniqueness of solution of Black-Scholes equation
Aug
17
reviewed Leave Open Approximating the probability of an event by finite-dimensional distributions
Aug
17
answered Is there an arXiv for Beamer presentations of scientific work?
Aug
15
revised What is the analogue of simple prime closed geodesic for prime numbers?
fixed minor typos
Aug
14
answered What is the analogue of simple prime closed geodesic for prime numbers?
Aug
10
accepted Inverse problem for zeta functions of curves over finite fields
Aug
10
comment Inverse problem for zeta functions of curves over finite fields
@PeterHumphries Oops, did not see your question...
Aug
10
comment Inverse problem for zeta functions of curves over finite fields
Thanks! Another question (which is vacuous in genus 2) is whether my question is any easier in the hyperelliptic case?!
Aug
10
asked Inverse problem for zeta functions of curves over finite fields
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
31
answered Does the Fourier transform of a non-strictly positive real kernel $\Phi(t)$ always generate entire function with complex zeros?
Jul
29
comment Cut and Fold Polyhedron!
@JosephO'Rourke Ah, OK!