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comment Simply connected noncompact surfaces
One does not need this classification to deal with simply connected case.
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comment A simple question about ordinary diffential equations of first order
More advanced differential equations books treat the general case. The keyword is "singular solutions", see also "Clairaut equation".
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comment To determine if a 2 variable symmetric function is addition formula of one variable function or not?
I believe that the question of what rational addition formulas are possible was completely solved by J. F. Ritt. Currently my Mathscinet is down, when it recovers I will give an exact reference.
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answered analytic continuations
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comment reference request: simple facts about vector-valued $L^p$ spaces
@Jack: Dieudonné, J. Éléments d'analyse. Gauthier-Villars, Paris, 1981.
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comment reference request: simple facts about vector-valued $L^p$ spaces
@Jack: Cartan, Henri Calcul différentiel. Hermann, Paris 1967
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comment reference request: simple facts about vector-valued $L^p$ spaces
Almost any French Calculus textbook: Cartan, Dieudonne, etc.
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comment Gaussian and the convex hull of moment curves
You defined only ONE moment curve. What is "the set of moment curves"?
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comment How to analytically evaluate this n-dimensional iterated integral?
@Andrea Becker: that was exactly what I asked: in what sense do you want to understand your integral? Only absolutely convergent integrals are defined unambiguously. This one is not absolutely convergent.
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comment How to analytically evaluate this n-dimensional iterated integral?
But it is divergent. What do you mean by "evaluate"?
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answered Polynomials with the same values set on the unit circle
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comment functions with orthogonal Jacobian
I already edited my answer to address the original question as well.
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