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How has modern algebraic geometry affected other areas of math?
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How has modern algebraic geometry affected other areas of math?
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Apr 27 |
answered | How has modern algebraic geometry affected other areas of math? |
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What's the cardinality of a higher category?
Thanks!........ |
Apr 7 |
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Mar 18 |
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A topological concept dual to compactness
the phrase "we define such a ``subspace'' by a predicate..." has convinced this classical mathematician not to read the rest of this post |
Jan 12 |
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Gabriel's theorem over a commutative ring
semisimple is most probably not a condition you're willing to impose, since a semisimple ring is a direct sum of fields. |
Nov 29 |
reviewed | Approve geometric interpretation and differences of Gorenstein rings, Complete intersections and regular rings |
Nov 12 |
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Białynicki-Birula theory for non-complete varieties
see Bialynicki-Birula decomposition of a non-singular quasi-projective scheme. |
Nov 11 |
answered | Optimal definition of “paving by affine spaces”? |
Nov 6 |
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why are motives more serious than “naive” motives?
I wish this question was tripartide: there are also the original Chow motives, and I'd like to know where they fit in visavis the above analogies. |
Nov 3 |
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Can monodromy be described by the same matrix for chosen generators in case of the same singularity type?
the description of which loops you've chosen has an ambiguity the size of a braid group |
Oct 24 |
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Computing Euler Charactistics of Line bundles on Hilbert Schemes of points on Surfaces
Using that stuff for this computation would be utterly absurd. The Hilbert scheme of two points is just the blowup of the diagonal of the symmetric product, which should give you an explicit handle on all the classes you need for RR. |
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