bio | website | metis.ms.unimelb.edu.au/… |
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location | Melbourne, Australia | |
age | 33 | |
visits | member for | 2 years, 10 months |
seen | 2 days ago | |
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I am a low dimensional topologist.
Aug
19 |
answered | Questions on poincare homology spheres and branched covers |
Aug
19 |
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Concordance and homology cobordism
Welcome to MO, Adam! Congrats on starting out with a "Nice Question" mathoverflow.net/help/badges. |
Aug
18 |
reviewed | Approve Integer solution to special system of linear equations |
Aug
18 |
reviewed | Approve Orbifold fundamental group and configuration space |
Aug
5 |
reviewed | Reviewed Is it possible to classify the indecomposable representations of the wild quiver with one vertex and two arrows using infinite sets of parameters? |
Aug
5 |
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Is it possible to classify the indecomposable representations of the wild quiver with one vertex and two arrows using infinite sets of parameters?
Hell Ying Zhou, welcome to MO. I wanted you to know that I flagged this question as being too broad, which means it could be closed. I would encourage you to narrow your question considerably (e.g. to the aspect of wild-representation-type you are most interested in) and post a new version of it. |
Jul
31 |
answered | SO$(4)$ (& SO$(n)$) characterization? |
Jul
31 |
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SO$(4)$ (& SO$(n)$) characterization?
@TobiasFritz While I agree that this question is similar to the one in your link. This question seems to focus on $SO(4)$ while the other question focuses on $SO(n)$, $n>4$. |
Jul
29 |
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Generating finite simple groups with $2$ elements
This link appears to be broken. After doing some digging on David Rusin's NIU page, it appears like this is the current version of the link: math.niu.edu/Papers/Rusin/known-math/98/2generators |
Jul
23 |
reviewed | Reviewed Easiest way to see that $\zeta_{\mathbb{Z}[i]}(s) = \zeta(s) L(s, \chi)$? |
Jul
21 |
awarded | Disciplined |
Jul
17 |
awarded | gt.geometric-topology |
Jul
16 |
answered | Brieskorn homology spheres |
Jun
29 |
comment |
Automorphism of genus 2 surface with 5 fixed points
@WillSawin Thanks! Although if $S^2(2,2,2,2,2)$ exists as a cyclic quotient, the self-homeomorphism on the genus two surface wouldn't correspond to an involution, but rather a symmetry of order 4. Can that be ruled out as well? |
Jun
29 |
answered | Automorphism of genus 2 surface with 5 fixed points |
Jun
11 |
reviewed | Approve Lie Algebra, counterexample |
May
22 |
reviewed | Approve Is g( ) rational if it looks that way on a large rational subset? |
May
19 |
reviewed | Approve When the Lovász theta-function saturates its upper bound |
May
18 |
awarded | Deputy |
May
14 |
reviewed | Reviewed Why do people use “formal calculation” to describe informal calculations? |