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Research Scholar at HRI, Allahabad India


Jul
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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
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comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment hodographic transformation
@Robert Bryant sir, Thanks for the giving a nice interpretation.
Apr
5
comment hodographic transformation
@Wilie wong, Thanks a lot for explaining.
Apr
4
asked hodographic transformation
Mar
19
comment A corollary to Stone-Weierstrass theorem
ohh sorry.. i got.. and thanks for the time...
Mar
19
comment 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.