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Apr
23
revised Index of the Hecke algebra with operators omitted
Fixed formating
Apr
11
asked An electronic copy of Vishik's work on $p$-adic $L$-functions for modular forms
Apr
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answered Applications of Level Lowering
Dec
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Nov
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Nov
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answered Matsushima-Murakami Isomorphism for $L^2$-cohomology
Oct
27
comment Computing millions of coefficients of non self-dual modular forms
Ah! That's fine then.
Oct
26
comment Computing millions of coefficients of non self-dual modular forms
38 minutes for one coefficient is probably too slow to compute millions, isn't it?
Oct
25
comment $p$-th Fourier coefficients of newforms of level $\Gamma_1(N)$ with $p|N$
Should it be $n\nmid N$ in your last sentence?
Oct
25
revised $p$-th Fourier coefficients of newforms of level $\Gamma_1(N)$ with $p|N$
Fixed grammar
Oct
24
revised Omitting primes from a Hecke algebra
Improved prestentation
Oct
24
answered Index of the Hecke algebra with operators omitted
Oct
22
comment What is the value of $p$-adic $\zeta$-function at positive integer point?
The relation between $\zeta_{p}(k)$ and $\zeta(k)$ is also described in section 4.3.3 of Fonctions $L$ $p$-adiques des représentations $p$-adiques (Astérisque 229)
Oct
20
revised Why would one “attempt” to define points of a motive as $\operatorname{Ext}^1(\mathbb{Q}(0),M)$?
Fixed grammar
Oct
15
revised Do “most” modular forms have no extra twists?
Added comment about square-free conductors
Oct
15
answered Do “most” modular forms have no extra twists?
Oct
2
comment Most intriguing mathematical epigraphs
The quote from Galilei is often presented in this way, but the original version of Galilei has actually a slightly different feel (and is much more poetic).
Oct
1
comment Most intriguing mathematical epigraphs
@AlexeyUstinov From my MO profile, you can easily get to the text of my PhD and see for yourself. ACL, Thanks.
Sep
29
comment Most intriguing mathematical epigraphs
When I defended my PhD, a renown mathematician and authority in my field showed up. This surprised me slightly because, though I of course knew her, I had never interacted with her in any way. After the defense, she came to see me and asked if we could talk about "some of the beautiful ideas in the manuscript", which surprised me much more. Turns out she wanted to talk about the epigraph.
Sep
28
answered Why would one “attempt” to define points of a motive as $\operatorname{Ext}^1(\mathbb{Q}(0),M)$?