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comment How to investigate the harmonocity of holomorphic vector fields?
I am confused about the first paragraph. If $X$ is harmonic don't you have $\Delta_g X=0$?
Apr
15
comment Chern-Einstein metrics on complex Hermitian manifolds
The Hopf surface example above has $\lambda_2=1$, is that what you want?
Apr
15
comment A question about invariance of plurigenera
That paper of Tsuji that you link is widely believed to be (very) incomplete. See for example the discussion by Siu here math.harvard.edu/~siu/siu_reprints/siu_grauert_volume_paper.pdf on pages 264-276
Apr
15
answered Chern-Einstein metrics on complex Hermitian manifolds
Apr
12
comment Canonical metric on moduli space of singular Calabi-Yau varieties
I don't understand the initial sentence singular "Calabi-Yau varieties (i.e. numerical dimension is zero)". Do you mean to say that if I take a complex 2-torus and blow up a point then the resulting manifold is Calabi-Yau, for you?
Apr
7
comment How do you mentor undergraduate research?
princeton.edu/~lalpoge/papers/my%20senior%20thesis.pdf
Apr
6
comment Missing citations of “to appear” papers on MathSciNet
msn-support@ams.org, see my comment below to katz's answer
Apr
6
comment Missing citations of “to appear” papers on MathSciNet
The email is msn-support@ams.org, but you probably have already tried this, since this is the one that you get by clicking on "Support Mail" on MathSciNet. My experience with emailing this address in the past is that they will reply only under certain circumstances, when they feel that the issue that you are asking about is worth addressing. Otherwise, there will be no reply, and no action taken. I am almost sure that asking them to fix a very specific automatically-generated wrong or missing citation should be one of the circumstances when you do get a reply.
Mar
31
answered Bott Chern cohomology via currents
Mar
30
comment Letters of a bi-rationalist
Perhaps the other two "letters" were actual letters that Shokurov sent to other people and did not publish. But I have no evidence to support/refute this.
Mar
30
asked Letters of a bi-rationalist
Mar
17
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Mar
16
comment Vafa's semi-Ricci flat metric
I do not see how to derive the main theorem of Choi from that paper of Berman.
Mar
16
comment Question regarding a lemma in Principles of Algebraic Geometry
@roy smith: right, since they put a strict inequality
Mar
16
comment Kahler Ricci flow in Fano fibration
this does not apply in the setup of the OP's question, since the map $f:X\to Y$ is not necessarily a submersion (which is needed to define the relative Ricci form in the reference that you mention).
Mar
15
comment Kahler Ricci flow in Fano fibration
What does the notation $Ric_{X/Y}$ mean exactly?
Mar
15
comment Question regarding a lemma in Principles of Algebraic Geometry
Yeah, this is a typo in the book, just remove the words "with $\overline{\partial}\eta=0$" from the text, and the argument works.
Mar
14
comment Kahler Ricci flow in Fano fibration
This is explained in the paper that you link, on top of page 5.
Mar
8
revised A conjecture from Jean Varouchas on Kahler varieties
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Mar
8
answered A conjecture from Jean Varouchas on Kahler varieties