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Professor of Mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Yale University
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Fundamental Examples
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Intersecting Family of Triangulations
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Dear Bruno, thanks very nice! |
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Enumeration of $0-1$ matrices with determinant $1$
Regarding det (A) behaving uniformly below the value $n^{n/2}$ there is a heuristic which slightly corrects it (but it looks that it will not make a difference regarding the $2^{n^2-O(n\log n)}$ estimate. The heuristic is that mod a prime the determinant of A behaves like that of a random matrix modulo p. This gives some guess regarding ,e.g., $prob (det (A)=2) /Prob (det (A)=1). |
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Enumeration of $0-1$ matrices with determinant $1$
There are several heuristic arguments for the asymptotic of f(n) which unfortunately gives different answers. Probably I would vote against the idea that upper unitriangular matrices gives most contribution. There are pretty good results and even better conjectures for the number of matrices with determinant 0. This occurse (conjecturaly) mainly if a row (column) is zero or two rows (columns) agree which gives 2^n^2 / n^2 2^n. This suggests that f(n) is also at most 2^n^2/c^n. It is reasonable to believe that det (A) is pretty close to being uniform below n^n/2 which justifies Noam's guess. |
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f(f(x))=exp(x)-1 and other functions “just in the middle” between linear and exponential
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f(f(x))=exp(x)-1 and other functions “just in the middle” between linear and exponential
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Logic in mathematics and philosophy
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The amplituhedron minus the physics
I meant that the matrix representing the projection is totally positive (all minors are positive). It is enough that all maximal minors are positive. |
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What is the amplituhedron?
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Dear Mark, my highly uneducated guess would be that just based on density (or even on other known properties or even on RH) you want be able to find a small collection of such AP's. |
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