# Nikita Kalinin

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 Name Nikita Kalinin Member for 3 years Seen 3 hours ago Website Location Age
 1d accepted Hypersurfaces in Toric Varieties, Help understand a proof from Mikhalkin’s paper May16 comment Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. yes sure. Triangle with sides equal $d$. Its diameter is $d$, its area is $\sqrt{3}d^2/4$. But any figure spanned on two intervals of length $d$ and angle $\pi/3$ between them works as well. May14 revised Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. added 105 characters in body May14 revised Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. added 57 characters in body May14 revised Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. added 282 characters in body May14 revised Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. added 69 characters in body May14 answered Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. May13 revised Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. edited tags May13 asked Diameter-area ratio for affine tranformations. May2 comment Asymptotics vs Puiseux series That is true, but in a question I have a finite set of pairwise comparable asymptotics, so, I evoke for properties of "good" asymptotics May1 revised Asymptotics vs Puiseux series added 109 characters in body May1 revised Asymptotics vs Puiseux series added 17 characters in body; added 11 characters in body May1 asked Asymptotics vs Puiseux series Apr25 awarded ● Popular Question Apr19 comment Notion of transversality over the field of Puiseux series.I think if they are not transversal at a point $a(t)$ then for any $t_0$ they are not transversal at the point $a(t_0)$ Apr2 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthdeleted 375 characters in body; added 62 characters in body Apr2 comment Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its width@Ilya: it is not a simple problem, my solution is not true. Apr1 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthadded 136 characters in body Apr1 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthadded 60 characters in body Mar31 comment Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its width@robot: I was looking for an estimation $area(M)\geq cd^2$ Mar30 comment Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its width@Ilya: I had started this bounty before I realized that it is a simple problem, and I was very nervous =)) Now I can not cancel it. Concerning the first comment: an affine transformation preserves the lattice width, it is enough for me. Mar29 answered Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its width Mar29 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthdeleted 91 characters in body Mar29 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthadded 95 characters in body Mar29 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthdeleted 114 characters in body; added 4 characters in body Mar29 revised Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthadded 300 characters in body; added 31 characters in body; edited body Mar29 comment Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its widthThay gives us $area(M)\geq d^2/4$, it is worse than $g\geq d^2/{2\sqrt{3}}$ Mar27 comment Helped needed with some characteristic class / number questionsat least you should always distinguish real bundles (and you have diffeomorphism here) and complex ones (here you have Chern classes) Mar27 answered Family of hypersurfaces in (C^*)^2 corresponding to tropical family Mar27 asked Area of a lattice polygon in terms of its width Mar26 asked Sum of two tangent bundles of $S^{2n}$ Mar8 answered Video lectures of mathematics courses available online for free Feb28 awarded ● Yearling