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Jul 24 |
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Two geodesics with angle $\pi$ in Alexandrov space
@RichardMontgomery, it works for any $\beta>0$, but the angle in this case is $<\pi$... |
Jul 24 |
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Two geodesics with angle $\pi$ in Alexandrov space
For $\phi(t)=|t|$ the angle is $<\pi$, something like $\phi(t)=|t|^{1.00001}$ should work. |
Jul 24 |
answered | Two geodesics with angle $\pi$ in Alexandrov space |
Jul 20 |
awarded | Famous Question |
Jul 20 |
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How to change the given metric if we want to add few extra isometries?
Assume $X=\mathbb R$ and $G=\mathbb R\backslash \{0\}$ acting by muliplication. If an intrinsic metric is invariant with respect to $G$ then both $\mathbb R_\pm$ are isometric to $\mathbb R$. That is the only choice and it does not give an intrisic metric on entire $\mathbb R$. |
Jul 19 |
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Products of elliptic isometries
The condition $\mathrm{Fix}(g)\cap\mathrm{Fix}(h)=\emptyset$ should be exchanged to something like $$2{\cdot}|{\rm Fix}(g)-{\rm Fix}(h)|_X\approx|{\rm Fix}(g)-h{\cdot}{\rm Fix}(g)|_X.$$ (I do not know a ref.) |
Jul 15 |
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Why is a negatively curved cone surface locally CAT(-1)?
@HuipingPan, I gave a ref, and yet for sure you have to assume that curvature $\le -1$. |
Jul 14 |
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Why is a negatively curved cone surface locally CAT(-1)?
Note that if you cut a triangle into two thin triangles then it is thin and use it. See 9.3.4 here math.psu.edu/petrunin/papers/alexandrov-geometry |
Jul 9 |
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bi-Lipschitz gluing
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Jul 8 |
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The sign of the mean curvature on convex cones in three dimensions
The answer is yes. Essentailly you need to prove convexity of the intersection, say $F$, of your cone with the unit sphere. Note that the mean curvature of the cone can equals to the curvature of $\partial F$. Then you can proceed the same way as in the plane. |
Jul 3 |
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How to prove the existence of the polytope in $\mathbb{R}^d$ with a given number of faces, minimizing the isoperimetric ratio?
It follows since the space of configurations of $n$ unit vectors is compact. |
Jul 2 |
answered | When is the boundary of an open planar set a Jordan curve? |
Jun 27 |
awarded | Notable Question |
Jun 11 |
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Gauss-Bonnet formula for 2-dimensional Alexandrov spaces
Yes, GH-continuity is missing in the ref, but it follows easily. |
Jun 9 |
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How misleading is it to regard $\frac{dy}{dx}$ as a fraction?
I do not think you should remind that y is a function of x if it is not necessary; so for me this is a feature!bug. |
Jun 5 |
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Alexandrov spaces which are not limits of Riemannian manifolds
in (2) you get examples which are compact and which are not compact. |
Jun 4 |
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Alexandrov spaces which are not limits of Riemannian manifolds
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Jun 4 |
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Alexandrov spaces which are not limits of Riemannian manifolds
(1) yes always, (2) the construction is local and one can assume $A$ is compact, |
Jun 3 |
awarded | Notable Question |
Jun 3 |
answered | Alexandrov spaces which are not limits of Riemannian manifolds |