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My background is in quantum topology, and I am exploring low dimensional topological formalisms for information and for computation. I blog on mathematics that interests me at Low Dimensional Topology.


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reviewed Close Obstruction to the splitness of an exact sequence of holomorphic vector bundles
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reviewed Leave Closed Whitehead group
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comment Whitehead group
Might "mapping class groups with torsion" be one possible answer, maybe of the flavour you are looking for? arxiv.org/pdf/math/0305425.pdf Anyway, yes- the question seems to me still to be somewhat ambiguous and somewhat broad.
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reviewed No Action Needed Transversal intersection in the moving lemma
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reviewed Leave Open Counting matrices of special types
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reviewed Looks OK Good books on Geometric Theory of Dynamical Systems
Jun
28
reviewed Reviewed Probability/Bayes theorem/Bernoulli's experiments question
Jun
26
reviewed Reopen Complex structure on $S^6$ gets published in Journ. Math. Phys
Jun
25
reviewed Leave Open Complex structure on $S^6$ gets published in Journ. Math. Phys
Jun
25
reviewed Close Finding the equation of a curve from two given points
Jun
25
reviewed Close Whitehead group
Jun
24
reviewed Close Reduction of the structure group to SO(n)
Jun
24
reviewed Leave Open Why does the bitxor function appear in Nim?
Jun
24
reviewed Leave Open What are the benefits of viewing a sheaf from the “espace étalé” perspective?
Jun
23
reviewed Close On Thompson conjecture
Jun
23
reviewed Leave Open Why does the bitxor function appear in Nim?
Jun
22
awarded  Good Question
Jun
22
reviewed Close Taylor expansions of Riemannian exponential map and Jacobi fields?
Jun
22
reviewed Close Is $\sqrt {2 \sqrt {3 \sqrt {4 \ldots}}}$ a rational number?
Jun
22
comment Is $\sqrt {2 \sqrt {3 \sqrt {4 \ldots}}}$ a rational number?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because I don't think it's relevant any more in light of what has been said in the comments.