bio | website | maths.swan.ac.uk/staff/ejb |
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location | Swansea, Wales | |
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visits | member for | 1 year, 4 months |
seen | Mar 19 at 13:05 | |
stats | profile views | 75 |
Mar 10 |
asked | States and extremal states of quantum SU(2) and the PodleÅ› sphere |
Mar 10 |
accepted | Is a C* completion of a nuclear Fréchet algebra a nuclear C* algebra? |
Nov 8 |
accepted | Identifying a special function from its power series |
Nov 6 |
comment |
Identifying a special function from its power series
Thanks! I have been comprehensively answered on all points. Thanks to all who contributed! |
Nov 6 |
revised |
Identifying a special function from its power series
subsidiary question, once the original series was recognized |
Nov 6 |
comment |
Identifying a special function from its power series
Thanks, that is a more parameter version of the Hypergeometric than I am used to! It comes from looking at the eigenvalues of the Hodge Laplacian in the 1-forms of the noncommutative sphere (guess q=1 is just commutative sphere). The sum, evaluated at x=-1, is used in finding the normalisation of the eigen-1-forms in the Hodge inner product. I am hoping that knowing the classical analogue will help in the quantum case. |
Nov 6 |
asked | Identifying a special function from its power series |
Jun 25 |
revised |
Is a C* completion of a nuclear Fréchet algebra a nuclear C* algebra?
added 455 characters in body |
Jun 25 |
comment |
Is a C* completion of a nuclear Fréchet algebra a nuclear C* algebra?
Will try to explain above |
Jun 24 |
asked | Is a C* completion of a nuclear Fréchet algebra a nuclear C* algebra? |
Jun 17 |
comment |
when is an algebra map conjugate to a star algebra map
Thanks! That seems to be a good answer, and gives me other things to look at. |
Jun 17 |
accepted | when is an algebra map conjugate to a star algebra map |
Jun 17 |
asked | when is an algebra map conjugate to a star algebra map |
Dec 20 |
comment |
Divisors, factorisations of matrix valued functions, and the Lorentz group
This would give a family of varieties, graded by the number of blow-ups, and on which the group acting would act by shifting the blown-up points. The problem would be to construct some non-trivial factorisation on (matrix valued) sections of bundles which would have residues on the blown-up points. This may be possible, but I was really hoping for other answers which would involve the geometry of the construction to give a single manifold on which the group acted - this may be too much. thanks for the comment. |
Dec 20 |
asked | Divisors, factorisations of matrix valued functions, and the Lorentz group |
Dec 13 |
awarded | Scholar |
Dec 13 |
accepted | rank of fin gen projective modules over C* algebras |
Dec 10 |
revised |
rank of fin gen projective modules over C* algebras
Added yet another paragraph... |
Dec 10 |
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rank of fin gen projective modules over C* algebras
If I accept an answer, does it take the original question out of consideration? I would rather not do that, as I would really like to find out about the multiplicativity (paragraph added in question about another way to look at that). So much e=protocol to learn... Anyway, I am now happier - thanks. |
Dec 10 |
revised |
rank of fin gen projective modules over C* algebras
paragraph added on another point of view |