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Research Scholar at HRI, Allahabad India
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Revival |
Jan 6 |
awarded | Disciplined |
Aug 24 |
revised |
Loop space: De Rham cohomology
edited body; deleted 89 characters in body |
Aug 23 |
answered | Loop space: De Rham cohomology |
Aug 20 |
accepted | Isometric Immersion of $S^1\to M$ |
Jun 27 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 1 |
awarded | Enthusiast |
May 30 |
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Can anyone recommand a good textbook for self-learning linear algebra?
I started learning linear algebra in my Undergraduate days from Linear Algebra (2nd Edition)" by Kenneth M Hoffman and Ray Kunze. I recommend this. |
May 23 |
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Analytic extension across the boundary.
This argument is valid for map(diffeomorphism and in interior holomorphic) $f: Q\times H\to Q\times H$ where $H$ is upper half plane... Nothing special about $Q$.. am i right? |
May 23 |
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Analytic extension across the boundary.
thanks for the answer. |
May 23 |
accepted | Analytic extension across the boundary. |
May 22 |
revised |
Analytic extension across the boundary.
added 33 characters in body |
May 22 |
asked | Analytic extension across the boundary. |
Apr 5 |
accepted | hodographic transformation |
Apr 5 |
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hodographic transformation
@Robert Bryant sir, Thanks for the giving a nice interpretation. |
Apr 5 |
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hodographic transformation
@Wilie wong, Thanks a lot for explaining. |
Apr 4 |
asked | hodographic transformation |
Mar 19 |
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A corollary to Stone-Weierstrass theorem
ohh sorry.. i got.. and thanks for the time... |
Mar 19 |
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A corollary to Stone-Weierstrass theorem
May be i am making mistake.. Please have the following example: Take K any smooth curve which doesn't passes through $(0,0)∈\mathbb C$. Take $f(z)=\frac{1}{z}$, on K, f is continuous, and $\mathbb C−K$ is connected. But f can't be extended to a entire function.... So the theorem you mention seems to have some problem. |