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awarded | Curious |
Jun 13 |
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Orbit-Stabilizer theorem for continuous groups
Any reference reading on this? Somehow, I couldn't spot anything concrete via google; but I suspect quite a lot must have been studied (may be much less than the case of groups). |
Jun 13 |
asked | Orbit-Stabilizer theorem for continuous groups |
May 24 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jan 27 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Sep 24 |
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Is there any alternative characterization of sparsity of a signal in compressed sensing
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Sep 24 |
awarded | Critic |
Sep 24 |
awarded | Editor |
Sep 24 |
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Is there any alternative characterization of sparsity of a signal in compressed sensing
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Sep 24 |
asked | Is there any alternative characterization of sparsity of a signal in compressed sensing |
Sep 19 |
awarded | Teacher |
Sep 19 |
answered | Knot security (When to trust your life with a knot) |
Sep 12 |
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Counting graphs on n vertices by chromatic number
@alexander: absolutely. implicit in this process will be somehow quotienting with the isomorphic sets - because for every graph, you can get the size of its isomorphic class - but that's where it will get messy I think. |
Sep 12 |
answered | Good papers/books/essays about the thought process behind mathematical research |
Sep 12 |
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Counting graphs on n vertices by chromatic number
It seems that one should be able to count this for a given number N of vertices. compute a partition into different colors, and then compute how many ways edges can be formed between these partitions. The computation may be a bit messy, but seems doable. There may be some elegant way of getting it, of course, that I am not aware of. |
Sep 12 |
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Degree of faces in a regular graph
Thanks much to both of you, Brendan, and Joseph. I understand that it is difficult to say much without the additional information such as connectivity. However, in the same vein, I am thinking it might be possible say a bit more than what's observed here; say, for instance, the number of faces with unbounded degree has an upper bound, or something like that. |
Sep 11 |
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Degree of faces in a regular graph
This is one abstracted piece of a bigger problem of course, and at least on the surface I don't have any additional information. |
Sep 11 |
asked | Degree of faces in a regular graph |
May 27 |
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Computational complexity of Knot polynomials
Prof. O'Rourke, that is a beautiful modern reference; thanks very much. |
May 27 |
accepted | Computational complexity of Knot polynomials |