bio | website | northeastern.edu/suciu |
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location | Boston | |
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Apr 3 |
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Kahler structure on holomorphic principal bundles
What's a "principle" bundle? |
Nov 21 |
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Action of $\pi_1(S)$ on its commutator subgroup
I thought the question referred to the action of $G$ on the second derived quotient of $G$, that is, $H_1([G,G])$, rather than on the second nilpotent quotient of $G$, no? |
Oct 18 |
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Must the union of these two aspherical spaces be aspherical?
added reference |
Oct 13 |
answered | good reference on brieskorn manifold |
Oct 1 |
answered | Must the union of these two aspherical spaces be aspherical? |
Sep 16 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jul 29 |
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On the wikipedia entry for Borel-Moore homology
Maybe there is some language confusion here, but doesn't "finite CW-complex" mean a CW-complex with finitely many cells (that is, both finite-dimensional and finite type)? So how would $X=\mathbb{Z}$ (with the discrete topology) fit in that context? |
Jul 15 |
awarded | Informed |
Jul 15 |
revised |
Cohomology of submanifold complements
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Jul 15 |
revised |
Cohomology of submanifold complements
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Jul 15 |
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Cohomology of submanifold complements
Certainly property 3 will fail in that case, provided the degree of the hypersurface is at least 2. |
Jul 15 |
answered | Cohomology of submanifold complements |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Revival |
Apr 11 |
answered | Genus one fibered links |
Apr 8 |
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When are Brieskorn Manifolds Homeomorphic?
The 3-dimensional Brieskorn manifolds are discussed at length by John Milnor in his paper On the 3-dimensional Brieskorn manifolds M(p,q,r), in: Knots, groups, and 3-manifolds (Papers dedicated to the memory of R. H. Fox), pp. 175–225. Ann. of Math. Studies, No. 84, Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, N. J., 1975, MR0418127. |
Apr 7 |
answered | Do Nielsen transformations on a presentation preserve the homotopy type of the corresponding presentation complex? |
Mar 25 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Mar 20 |
awarded | Enthusiast |
Feb 26 |
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Genus of Y^3 = X^4 - 1.
Yes, thanks for pointing that out: I was implicitly assuming $f$ is reduced. I added now the more general form of this result. |
Feb 26 |
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Genus of Y^3 = X^4 - 1.
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