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Professor of Mathematics at Temple University. Regius Professor of Mathematics at St Andrews starting Fall 2015. Twitter feed at @regiusmath
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answered  Curvature of a finite metric space 
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Computer algebra system for Weyl algebra computations
Struggling in what way? Where are you installing it? 
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answered  Current status of the linearity of mapping class group 
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answered  Volume satisfying inequality constraints (simplex subset) 
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BatemanHorn, continued even further
Ah, I see, thanks! If you want to chat offline, perhaps you could drop me an email (ir40@standrews.ac.uk)? 
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BatemanHorn, continued even further
Thanks! There is another form of the remainder term in Kurokawa's paper  I assume that does not make things easier?! 
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answered  Commuting ODE's implies existence of nonzero vanishing two variable polynomial? 
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answered  Generate polyhedra by collapsing vertices of a polyhedron 
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Interpolating Product of two Polynomials
I don't know what question you want to ask, and you do, so...\ 
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Interpolating Product of two Polynomials
For one thing, you define the polynomial $A$ at least two (and maybe three) times. 
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Interpolating Product of two Polynomials
I am having great difficulty parsing this question. 
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answered  Probability of random geodesics on the halfsphere intersecting 
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answered  Computer algebra system for Weyl algebra computations 
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Probability of random geodesics on the halfsphere intersecting
But the OP asks about a hemisphere, which your map does not act on. 
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Probability of random geodesics on the halfsphere intersecting
@BorisBukh math.se is probably a better place, but the answer is not completely obvious. 
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accepted  Irreducible cubics modulo primes 
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BatemanHorn, continued even further
That is very interesting! Is the constant in the $O$ independent of $f?$ 
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asked  Irreducible cubics modulo primes 
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Two rational and one irrational root of a cubic?
Not research level. Hint look at the constant term. 
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Improper integral $\int_0^1 \frac{\exp(ctx)}{\sqrt{(\exp(bt)1)(1\exp(atx))(1\exp(at))(\exp(btx)1)}} dx$ with $a$ and $b$ positive
@H.Berbeleque The singularity (in both cases) is at $0,$ and you only ask for real analyticity for $t>0.$ 