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accepted | Is there anyway to rewrite a partial differential equation using language of differential forms, tensors, etc? |
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asked | Is there anyway to rewrite a partial differential equation using language of differential forms, tensors, etc? |
Apr 28 |
accepted | The discrete theory of compressible fluids dynamics |
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asked | The discrete theory of compressible fluids dynamics |
Mar 22 |
asked | Software to numerically solve partial differential equation |
Mar 22 |
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Questions on Discrete Exterior Calculus in numerial computing
@Artur Palha:Thanks!I am working on numerically solve equations in fluid mechanics, elasticity and electromagnetism using DEC, and develop software for this, however, it seems that the solution is still not completely found. What's your opinion?Thanks! |
Mar 16 |
asked | Questions on Discrete Exterior Calculus in numerial computing |
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awarded | Yearling |
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awarded | Popular Question |
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awarded | Popular Question |
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awarded | Yearling |
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awarded | Popular Question |
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awarded | Popular Question |
Jan 1 |
asked | Website for temporary instructor/lecturer positions |
Dec 9 |
awarded | Yearling |
Dec 7 |
asked | homotopy between solutions of Maurer-Cartan equation |
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Why is this a local constant sheaf
@Emerton, thanks!but how can we see the action of $G$ on $V$ from this local system? If we choose a point $x$ in $M$,do we get a section $c\in V$ of this local system over the point $[x]$ in $M/G$?And then if we choose another point $y$ which in the same orbit of $x$,assume $yg=x$,then we get another section $c'\in V$ over $[y]=[x]$,is that $gc=c'$? |
Dec 6 |
asked | Why is this a local constant sheaf |
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homotopy invariant and coinvariant
@Sinha, Could you explain why taking equivariant homomorphisms from chains on $S^\inf_{+}$ to a given $V$ yields $V[[t]]$? Thanks! |