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Can one properly embed a differential manifold into numerical space of double dimension?
Dear @Ricardo: you are absolutely right and I have done exactly what you suggest. |
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Nov 24 |
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Can one properly embed a differential manifold into numerical space of double dimension?
@Igor: Ryan Budney very concisely sketches a strategy for modifying Whitney's proof into one giving a proper embedding. Is there an actual proof in the literature ? |
Nov 24 |
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asked | Can one properly embed a differential manifold into numerical space of double dimension? |
Nov 19 |
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What is the best way to study Rational Homotopy Theory
@Sandeep: thanks for this information, of which I was not aware. |
Oct 28 |
awarded | Famous Question |
Oct 22 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Oct 21 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Oct 11 |
awarded | Yearling |
Sep 14 |
answered | Who uses radicial morphisms? |
Aug 1 |
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Projection of a hypersurface from a point
It is a bit harsh to downvote and vote for closing: Wesley has asked on MSE and has not received an answer that satisfies him. What is he supposed to do now? |
Jul 22 |
awarded | Great Answer |
Jul 19 |
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Complex geometry text/research introduction for the analyst
Dear @Koushik, I think you should express yourself a bit more modestly when you criticize a book by a world-renowned specialist like Krantz. You are perfectly entitled not to like the book but you should give valid mathematical arguments, and not rudely dismiss it as "not a good book" and "quite horrible" without the shadow of an explanation. |
Jul 19 |
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What is the etymology of the term “perverse sheaf”?
What a cheap way to get reputation points: just invent a brilliant chunk of mathematics and 40 years later reap the benefits by remembering why you chose the terminology... |
Jul 19 |
answered | Complex geometry text/research introduction for the analyst |
Jul 15 |
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History of the Proj construction in algebraic geometry
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Jul 15 |
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History of the Proj construction in algebraic geometry
Dear @Ben: I'll edit my question in order to clarify what I'm after. |
Jul 15 |
awarded | Nice Question |