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I'm a professor of mathematics at the University of Victoria, in BC Canada.

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reviewed Leave Open Circle method on things other than the integers
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reviewed Close Can we construct cohomolgy theory on noetherian separated schemes without Axiom of Choice?
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reviewed Close Suslin lines hereditarily Lindelof
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reviewed Close $p$-groups with $\Omega_1(G)\leq\Phi(G)$
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reviewed Close SHPS and SPHS inequality using monounary algebra
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reviewed Close Goin' with the flow with Kummer and Pascal: Combinatorics and geometry underlying the logarithm of the derivative operator
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reviewed Close Connection between the Hodge laplacian and the Laplace operator
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reviewed Close Eigenvalue of (0-1) matrix
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reviewed Leave Closed Beautiful constructions in algebraic topology that facilitate one's understanding of homotopy theory
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reviewed Leave Closed Algebraic Geometry for non-mathematician
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reviewed Close Gradient Estimation Using Bicubic Interpolation and Finite Differences
Apr
15
reviewed Close Canonical relations and phase functions of a Fourier Integral Operator
Apr
15
reviewed Close M/M/1 Queue with probability of new customer leaving
Apr
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reviewed Close Variety of commutative semi group
Apr
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reviewed Close showing that a set of linear forms is closed (Bruns and Herzog, Theorem 4.2.12)
Apr
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reviewed Close Travelling Salesman Problem
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reviewed Close Dead Flies Problem
Apr
14
comment The Alexander-Conway polynomial: from knots to braids?
Are you aware of the Burau Representation? It is a very natural relative of the Alexander polynomial defined on braid groups. It isn't exactly what you're asking for but perhaps it is closer to what you actually want?
Apr
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reviewed Close How to prove $\mathop {\lim }\limits_{x \to \infty } \sum\limits_{{f_x}(p) = 1} {\frac{1}{p}} = \ln 2$ for $p \le x$?
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reviewed Close Number of lattice points inside a parallelogram defined by a vector on the “rhombic plane”