bio | website | zakuski.math.utsa.edu/~jagy |
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location | Berkeley, California | |
age | 58 | |
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My main activity is in number theory of integral positive ternary quadratic forms. This began through years of working with Irving Kaplansky. Much of his unpublished writing on quadratic forms can be found as pdfs at
http://zakuski.math.utsa.edu/~kap/forms.html
and about Lie and Jordan superalgebras at
http://zakuski.math.utsa.edu/~kap/superalgebra.html
One of my own email addresses can be found easily using the search feature at
http://www.ams.org/cml
and just putting in my last name
Jan 15 |
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Mathematical value of constructing sphere eversions
What would you like the answer to be? |
Jan 15 |
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lattice orthogonal complement
math.stackexchange.com/questions/1102899/… |
Jan 12 |
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Did Brouwer evade uncountability?
I think he did count inevitability |
Jan 9 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jan 5 |
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Error term for prime harmonic
yes, see mathoverflow.net/questions/180725/… |
Jan 5 |
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Error term for prime harmonic
Could be. Having more than one author seems right, also the title is promising. Let me try a few pages online... |
Jan 5 |
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Error term for prime harmonic
there is also some two or three volume thing which is entirely identities and estimates in number theory. I borrowed one volume once but cannot remember author(s). Just a list of results with individual references. |
Jan 5 |
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Error term for prime harmonic
Bach and Shallit include a list of many useful estimates, title is probably Algorithmic Number Theory. |
Jan 5 |
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Reference request: minimal (maximal) Lorentzian surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^{1,2}$
@Piojo, quite possible. Meanwhile, I am having trouble finding a web page for the Granada Department of Geometry and Topology, which is clearly separate from the Department of Applied Mathematics that I found. |
Jan 5 |
answered | Reference request: minimal (maximal) Lorentzian surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^{1,2}$ |
Jan 5 |
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Reference request: minimal (maximal) Lorentzian surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^{1,2}$
The names that come to mind are Lopez and Ros; it has been a while. ugr.es/~aros |
Jan 2 |
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Are there any serious investigations of whether “mathematicians do their best work when they're young”?
Elizabeth, not for me. I've often gotten overruled, of course. The worst one was some guy who asked about the philosophy behind Mochizuki's work, which is still unconfirmed, years later. |
Jan 2 |
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Are there any serious investigations of whether “mathematicians do their best work when they're young”?
@YemonChoi Meanwhile, I voted to close. Not fond of fishing expeditions. |
Jan 2 |
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Are there any serious investigations of whether “mathematicians do their best work when they're young”?
why do you want to know? |
Dec 31 |
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Positive primes represented by indefinite binary quadratic form
Thanks, Franz.. |
Dec 30 |
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The Praying Eyes theorem generalized
added 4 characters in body |
Dec 30 |
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The Praying Eyes theorem generalized
added 200 characters in body |
Dec 30 |
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The Praying Eyes theorem generalized
added 320 characters in body |
Dec 30 |
answered | The Praying Eyes theorem generalized |
Dec 24 |
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Ruth-Aaron triples, etc
@BenjaminDickman, thanks. |