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accepted | Lower bound on the curvature of the curves on $M$ |
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awarded | Disciplined |
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Apr 11 |
accepted | minimal maximal ellipsoids |
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@Sergei Ivanov Superbe! |
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@Sergei Ivanov $\mathcal{K}/s^{n+1}$ is called centro-affine curvature. |
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@Sergei Ivanov I believe if $E\subseteq\mathbb{R}^n$ is an ellipsoid centered at the origin then $\mathcal{K}/s^{n+1}$ is constant, where $\mathcal{K}$ is the Gauss curvature of $\partial K$ the boundary of $K$. |
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@Sergei Ivanov edited. |
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@Carl Feynman The support function $h_A:\mathbb{R}^n\to\mathbb{R}$ of a non-empty closed convex set $A$ in $\mathbb{R}^n$ is given by :$ h_A(x)=\sup\{ x\cdot a: a\in A\},$ |
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asked | minimal maximal ellipsoids |
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awarded | Critic |
Mar 26 |
accepted | volume of the projected body |
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asked | volume of the projected body |
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awarded | Scholar |
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I forgot this assumption: Curves should be intersection of a two plane and the manifold. |