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Aug
6
comment Image of a Jordan compact set under a degenerate map
Igor, as far as I understand, Hajlasz proves that the $m$-th Hausdorff measure of $\varphi(K)$ vanishes, but why does this mean, that $T$ exists?
Aug
6
comment Image of a Jordan compact set under a degenerate map
I would not recognize. And I am afraid, I need somebody to explain this. Is there a simple way to prove this proposition, without entering this deep theory?
Jul
6
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Yes, MatZametki. I published announcements there many times.
Jul
6
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Alexander, Math Notes do publish research announcements.
Jul
6
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
And these are not mathematicians who make the decisions on hiring/promotion of a mathematician in Russia.
Jul
6
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Andy, for the employer there is a difference between the paper accepted in a journal and a paper published in a journal. Perhaps in the West the employers are smart as you describe, but in Russia they are not. If you do not publish anything for several years, you have great problems in your university (now, in modern Russia, while not long ago that was not so important).
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Sam, you can evaluate yourself, here is the text I have in mind: arxiv.org/abs/1303.2424.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Andy, I don't understand you. In what I describe (in Russian system) the research announcements are also carefully referred (including the proofs). And of course the long text with the accurate proofs is eventually published (after being referred as well). What is the difference with the French customs? And which shortcut do you mean?
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
If this is so, I change the title of the question.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
@AndyPutman: I edited the question, so I hope now it is more clear.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Steven, thank you!
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
@JimBelk: Nobody says that the proof does not exist at all. The reviwer can check the proof (posted in arxiv for example) and after that to recommend to publish the formulation of the result in the journal. This is normal for some jornals in Russia and in France. Does this exist in the rest of the world?
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Andy, excuse me, what is the difference between short communication and research announcement?
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Насчет третьего я не думал, спасибо.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
Да, я знаю, конечно! В первом у меня уже два коротких сообщения за последние два года, мне как-то неудобно их дальше мучить. А у второго почему-то не нашлось рецензента в последний раз, когда я им слал, я поэтому сомневаюсь сейчас, правильно ли будет их теребить снова.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
@JoonasIlmavirta, OK.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
@AlainValette, oui, je sais. Je suis couriex de savoir s'il y a des autres.
Jul
5
comment Which journals publish research announcements?
@user64494: Perhaps I should have explained this from the very beginning. I mean, sometimes (for me this is the usual situation) the proof is so long that it's impossible to publish it in a usual journal. I have to send my paper to a journal that accepts long papers, but usually it's a long story, I have to wait for several years, so I think it's normal to announce the result in a short communication (and to post it in arxiv). I wonder if there are lists of journals that accept short communications?
Jun
29
comment Naive definition of surface area doesn't work?
Perhaps one needs to add that the vertical and the horizontal legs tend to zero "uniformly" in some sense... Where is this written?
Jun
29
comment Naive definition of surface area doesn't work?
@BenoîtKloeckner, as far as I understand it is sufficient to claim that the corresponding triangles in the set of parameters are right (i.e. one of their angles is right) and their legs are parallel to the coordinate lines. Is it true?