bio | website | math.lsu.edu/~xcai1 |
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location | Baton Rouge | |
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visits | member for | 4 years, 2 months |
seen | Jul 27 '14 at 18:36 | |
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I am a graduate student in LSU.
Sep 24 |
awarded | Autobiographer |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Tumbleweed |
May 28 |
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recursion formula for odd holonomic function
C[t^{\pm}] means the Laurant Polynomials of t |
May 8 |
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recursion formula for odd holonomic function
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Apr 26 |
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recursion formula for odd holonomic function
Is this question too hard? I do not have any good idea yet. |
Apr 18 |
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recursion formula for odd holonomic function
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Apr 18 |
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Why must a reducible flat SU(2)-connection over a homology sphere be trivial?
$A^flat(M)/G(M)≅Hom(π_1(M),SU(2))/SU(2)$ is easy to prove. Just use geometric definition of connection. |
Apr 18 |
asked | recursion formula for odd holonomic function |
Feb 6 |
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What is the definition of algebro-gemetric quotient?
I will check it. Thank you. |
Feb 6 |
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What is the definition of algebro-gemetric quotient?
what I am really interested is following: I have a group G, finitely presented. Consider R(G)=HOM(G,SL(2,C)), the space of all reps of G into SL(2,C). Then SL(2,C) acts on R(G) naturally, i.e. conjugation. So the usual quotient of this action is the space of orbits, which are all conjugacy classes of reps. Now the algebro-geometric quotient is not this. It is the character variety of G. Thanks. |
Feb 6 |
awarded | Editor |
Feb 6 |
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What is the definition of algebro-gemetric quotient?
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Feb 6 |
asked | What is the definition of algebro-gemetric quotient? |
Jan 27 |
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Seiberg-Witten equation on S^2\times S^1
OK. Thanks. So it is not a topological invariant? |
Jan 27 |
accepted | Seiberg-Witten equation on S^2\times S^1 |
Jan 27 |
asked | Seiberg-Witten equation on S^2\times S^1 |
Jan 27 |
awarded | Supporter |
Jan 26 |
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Why must a reducible flat SU(2)-connection over a homology sphere be trivial?
Of Course. Thank you for your help. |
Jan 26 |
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Why must a reducible flat SU(2)-connection over a homology sphere be trivial?
I am a knot theory student. Try to learn some 4 manifold thing. So maybe this is a dummy question for expert. Thank you. |
Jan 26 |
awarded | Scholar |