bio | website | math.mit.edu/~vinothn |
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location | Boston | |
age | 24 | |
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I'm currently a third year graduate student studying geometric representation theory at MIT.
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awarded | Popular Question |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Inquisitive |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
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accepted | Pushforwards/pullbacks of some line bundles on (partial) flag varieties |
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Computing tangent spaces of resolutions to Slodowy slices
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asked | Computing tangent spaces of resolutions to Slodowy slices |
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The prime numbers modulo $k$, are not periodic
Improved notation. |
May 28 |
suggested | approved edit on The prime numbers modulo $k$, are not periodic |
May 25 |
accepted | Explicit computations of small Deligne-Lusztig varieties (e.g. Drinfeld curve) |
May 11 |
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Decomposing tensor products of irreducible representations of reductive groups over a finite field
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Mar 3 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Sep 30 |
accepted | $A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes |
Sep 29 |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
What do you mean by the "codimension of A"? Usually codimension is defined for a subscheme. Also - in this case, which vector bundle on $\mathfrak{g}$ will you pick? |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
I understand what a flat module over a ring is but -- given a map $A \rightarrow B$ what does it mean for a sheaf of DG-algebras on $A$ to be flat over $B$? Thanks. |
Sep 23 |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
Ah okay. But what is the precise definition of a "complete intersection subscheme"? Hartshorne doesn't have a definition either. |
Sep 23 |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
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Sep 21 |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
Thanks - that makes sense! But for the example, $A=\tilde{\mathfrak{g}} \rightarrow \mathfrak{g}=B$ -- what does the corresponding sheaf of dg-algebras (ie. the Koszul complex) look like? |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
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Sep 19 |
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$A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes
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Sep 19 |
asked | $A \otimes^L_B C$ computing the derived fiber product of schemes |