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comment A curious Gauss-Sum type identity
What is the numerator when $j=1$? Or is the "j-2" a typo?
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answered Finding a sufficiently large complete bipartite subgraph using matrix counting
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answered Decimal binary sequences that cannot be greater than 1
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comment Proving that the Jones polynomial is q-holonomic
Thanks, this was very helpful! I would be curious to see a proof of holonomicity using the cabling formula involving the polynomial representation of DAHA. I will check the references you gave.
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revised Proving that the Jones polynomial is q-holonomic
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asked Proving that the Jones polynomial is q-holonomic
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answered What are reasons to believe that e is not a period?
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revised How many sequences of length n satisfy these constraints?
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answered How do I find coefficients of a product expansion
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comment Largest possible volume of the convex hull of a curve of unit length
This is the same as the curve mentioned in my answer, right? I believe the reference goes further back than 2010 :)
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comment A parity counting problem for subsets over finite fields
@Joe, the same method still applies. For any $T$ the terms in the sum above are bounded by $2^{o(1)+p/2}$.
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answered A parity counting problem for subsets over finite fields
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comment A parity counting problem for subsets over finite fields
I'm not sure if my calculations are correct, but picking $T$ to be the elements in the interval $(\frac{p}{4},\frac{3p}{4})$ should give you a bias $~2^{cp}$ for $b=0$.
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answered About an identity which gives immediate proof of the permanent lemma
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asked Is there a geometric meaning of the Major index?