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Data Scientist @ Explorer Media. Statistics, Geometry and Physics.


Aug
28
accepted Asymptotic $\int_M \mathrm{exp}[\mathbf{e}\left(n -\frac{t}{2\pi i}\right)] \left( 1 + \frac{5}{6} \mathbf{e}^2 \right)^{1/2} $ on quintic Calabi-Yau
Aug
27
revised Asymptotic $\int_M \mathrm{exp}[\mathbf{e}\left(n -\frac{t}{2\pi i}\right)] \left( 1 + \frac{5}{6} \mathbf{e}^2 \right)^{1/2} $ on quintic Calabi-Yau
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Aug
27
asked Asymptotic $\int_M \mathrm{exp}[\mathbf{e}\left(n -\frac{t}{2\pi i}\right)] \left( 1 + \frac{5}{6} \mathbf{e}^2 \right)^{1/2} $ on quintic Calabi-Yau
Aug
23
comment A generalization of Chebyshev polynomials
Lissajous Curves solve parametric equations $\vec{v}(t) = \big(x(t),y(t)\big) = \big(A \sin (at + \delta), B\sin bt \big)$. If $a=1, b \in \mathbb{N}$, the result is Chebyshev polynomial of the 1st kind.
Aug
23
revised An approximate version of $g^2 = e$ for all $g \in G$, implies $G$ is Abelian
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Aug
23
comment An approximate version of $g^2 = e$ for all $g \in G$, implies $G$ is Abelian
@YCor If I don't find Ben and Terry's definitions useful, I will probably reject them!
Aug
23
comment An approximate version of $g^2 = e$ for all $g \in G$, implies $G$ is Abelian
@SeanEberhard In a matrix group, the idea of an approximate identity kind of makes intuitive sense. For a finite group, perhaps I need to choose a representation and add the "noise" there.
Aug
23
asked An approximate version of $g^2 = e$ for all $g \in G$, implies $G$ is Abelian
Aug
19
comment Does the Divisor Function $\sigma(n)$ have analogues for other Fuchsian groups?
@DavidSpeyer I meant the divisor counting function, as in this question
Aug
19
revised Does the Divisor Function $\sigma(n)$ have analogues for other Fuchsian groups?
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Aug
19
asked Does the Divisor Function $\sigma(n)$ have analogues for other Fuchsian groups?
Jul
31
accepted Hausdorff Dimensions of Limit set of subgroups of SL(2,Z)
Jul
31
comment Hausdorff Dimensions of Limit set of subgroups of SL(2,Z)
my apologies I have no idea what you just said
Jul
31
asked Hausdorff Dimensions of Limit set of subgroups of SL(2,Z)
Jul
26
accepted Elementary Proof of Infinitely many primes $\mathfrak{p} \in \mathbb{Z}[i]$ in the sector $\theta < \arg \mathfrak{p} <\phi $
Jul
26
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
26
revised Elementary Proof of Infinitely many primes $\mathfrak{p} \in \mathbb{Z}[i]$ in the sector $\theta < \arg \mathfrak{p} <\phi $
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Jul
25
comment Elementary Proof of Infinitely many primes $\mathfrak{p} \in \mathbb{Z}[i]$ in the sector $\theta < \arg \mathfrak{p} <\phi $
It's a complexity issue, right? Non vanishing of L-functions is a lot of "work" to prove involving complex analysis and such. The hope is I can prove weaker statements in the same direction with less effort. Then what is the best I can do?
Jul
25
asked Elementary Proof of Infinitely many primes $\mathfrak{p} \in \mathbb{Z}[i]$ in the sector $\theta < \arg \mathfrak{p} <\phi $
Jul
22
accepted Exterior powers of the standard representation