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awarded | Curious |
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Commutator Subgroup - Group Theory
Thanks a lot !!!! |
Jul
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accepted | Commutator Subgroup - Group Theory |
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asked | Commutator Subgroup - Group Theory |
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Question About Harmonic Function Theory
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Question About Harmonic Function Theory
@Wasilewki: It's probably a possible solution, but unfortunately I have no idea what Ito's lemma, Wiener process nor supermartingale are... Thanks anyway ! ( I was thinking about some PDE method or something) |
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Question About Harmonic Function Theory
@Kofi: Your example is indeed wrong, since it is not non-negative... |
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asked | Question About Harmonic Function Theory |
Jun
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accepted | Some Functional Analysis Questions (Laplace Operator And Fourier Transform) |
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Some Functional Analysis Questions (Laplace Operator And Fourier Transform)
Great ! That's excatly what I was missing. Thanks a lot ! |
Jun
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Some Functional Analysis Questions (Laplace Operator And Fourier Transform)
Thanks a lot !!! |
Jun
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Some Functional Analysis Questions (Laplace Operator And Fourier Transform)
Thanks for your quick reply ! ! The problem is that I can't figure out how to "derive" the equality I mentioned... What are they doing in order to get it? Thanks again !!! |
Jun
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asked | Some Functional Analysis Questions (Laplace Operator And Fourier Transform) |
Jun
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Group Theory- Zassenhaus Filtration & Other Filtrations
So what you're actually saying is that the derived series is contained in the zassenhaus filtration ? What about any results about bounding the other direction ? (something like - the n'th term of the zass. filtration is contained in the 10000n's term of the derived series)? Have you got any idea? Thanks a lot again ! |
Jun
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accepted | Group Theory- Zassenhaus Filtration & Other Filtrations |
Jun
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Group Theory- Zassenhaus Filtration & Other Filtrations
Thanks a lot Mark Sapir! Have you got any idea if one of these references contains some relation between the derived series and the Zass. Filtration? |
Jun
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asked | Group Theory- Zassenhaus Filtration & Other Filtrations |
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Further Questions Regarding Cohomolgoy Theory Of Sheaves
Thanks again Gunnar, regarding 1- But what do you mean by $f_* \mathbb{C} $ ? It seems not suitable for the direct image sheaf case regarding 3- I know the definition of the topological Euler char of $X$. But in your previous answers, you wrote: $\chi(\mathbb{C}^{\oplus d }) = d \chi(Y) $ . How did you get this result? Thanks ! |
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asked | Further Questions Regarding Cohomolgoy Theory Of Sheaves |