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interests: complex analysis and geometry, potential theory, dynamical systems, logic, math education, philosophy


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awarded  Yearling
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revised What was the Question that led Euler to his Investigations on Polyhedra?
corrected punctuation
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suggested suggested edit on What was the Question that led Euler to his Investigations on Polyhedra?
Apr
9
answered $\aleph$ looks like $\mathbb N$?
Apr
2
comment Down-to-earth expositions of Hodge theory
All this is nicely written up in Chapter VI.5 of MR1893803 (2003g:32001) Fritzsche, Klaus; Grauert, Hans From holomorphic functions to complex manifolds. (English summary) Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 213. Springer-Verlag, New York, 2002. xvi+392 pp. ISBN: 0-387-95395-7 --I do not really know who came up with this approach, but the name of Kunihiko Kodaira appears quite often (Hodge-Kodaira decomposition, Serre-Kodaira duality).
Mar
27
answered Furstenberg $\times 2 \times 3$ conjecture, bibliography
Mar
26
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
26
answered Structures that turn out to exhibit a symmetry even though their definition doesn't
Mar
17
answered Local-to-global inequalities for measures: Brunn-Minkowski, Ahlswede-Daykin, what else?
Mar
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awarded  Sportsmanship
Mar
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awarded  Necromancer
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awarded  Necromancer
Mar
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revised Why does so much recent work involve K3 surfaces?
removed a repeated word
Mar
2
answered Why does so much recent work involve K3 surfaces?
Feb
26
comment Reverse mathematics of meromorphic functions on Riemann surfaces
Regarding uniformization theorem from the viewpoint of computability theory, see MR2983724 Rettinger, Robert(D-HGNMC) Compactness and the effectivity of uniformization. (English summary) How the world computes, 626–625, Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci., 7318, Springer, Heidelberg, 2012.
Feb
26
answered Methods of probability theory in differential geometry fruitful?
Jan
27
answered Looking for methods/results for explicitly bounding iterations of rational functions
Jan
13
revised Julia sets without Montel's theorem
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Jan
12
comment Julia sets without Montel's theorem
Not I, but I. N. Baker :) If anyone provides an elementary proof of this (quite standard) statement without Montel's theorem and normal families (in whatever incarnation- Marty's criterion, Zalcman's lemma, etc.)-- the way OP is asking-- I'd also be happy to know.
Jan
11
answered Julia sets without Montel's theorem