bio | website | igm.univ-mlv.fr/~giraudo |
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location | France | |
age | 28 | |
visits | member for | 3 years, 6 months |
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Researcher in algebraic combinatorics.
Jul 16 |
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Sum over growing Young tableaux
Typo in the title and "Plancharel" -> "Plancherel" |
Jul 16 |
suggested | approved edit on Sum over growing Young tableaux |
Jan 10 |
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Intersection of free objects
And by the way, thanks for the reference! |
Jan 10 |
accepted | Intersection of free objects |
Jan 10 |
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Intersection of free objects
Indeed, I know for the while only the proof given in Lothaire's $\textit{Combinatorics on words}$. The reason why I ask this is because I consider intersection of many other free (combinatorial) algebraic structures than monoids and I would hope that a categorical argument imply their freeness. Since this is not the case (see Jeremy's answer) the only way seems to proceed case by case. |
Jan 10 |
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Intersection of free objects
Great example. Thanks, Jeremy. |
Jan 10 |
asked | Intersection of free objects |
Dec 26 |
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“The” random tree
Indentation fix in Sage code. |
Oct 11 |
awarded | Constituent |
Oct 10 |
awarded | Caucus |
Sep 4 |
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How universal is operadic approach to studying algebras?
What is the statement of the theorem that someone should prove? Besides, do you have an example of an algebraic structure which, like groups, cannot be straightforwardly captured by operads, but, unlike groups, a "sneaky" presentation of it makes that it can be? |
Aug 12 |
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Aspherical operads
You call "monochromatic" any coloured operad on only one colour? The construction you describe is a classical construction from operads to PROs (see Operads and PROPs of M. Markl, Example 60). |
Aug 8 |
awarded | Excavator |
Aug 8 |
revised |
Subgroups of p-groups
Add an occurrence of the word "order" and a typo corrected. |
Aug 8 |
suggested | approved edit on Subgroups of p-groups |
Aug 8 |
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Equivalent paths in graphs
@ViditNanda: I think a "face" is a cycle here. |
Jul 30 |
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Arithmetic product of symmetric functions: why is it integral?
How this product expresses on the monomial, elementary, and Schur bases of symmetric functions? |
Jul 28 |
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Generating function of factorable binary words
Reformulation of the question. |
Jul 28 |
suggested | approved edit on Generating function of factorable binary words |
Jul 28 |
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Generating function of factorable binary words
Indeed, it seems that oeis.org/A056267 and oeis.org/A027375 are duplicate. |