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(formerly user "unknowngoogle", and for a very short time "red herring" but that was a red herring)
Jan 26 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Jan 26 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jan 22 |
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Abelian varieties as analytic manifolds
edited body |
Jan 21 |
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Gauge theory on a trivial bundle
@AlexDegtyarev: maybe I'm mistaken, but I think the OP is denoting by $\Omega1(P)$ the $G$-invariant $1$-forms on $P$ |
Jan 21 |
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Gauge theory on a trivial bundle
A small remark: actually $\mathfrak{g}^*$ corresponds to invariant differential forms on $G$, not to the whole of $\Omega^1(G)$ |
Jan 21 |
awarded | Socratic |
Jan 20 |
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When was the “arrow notation” for functions first introduced?
@AD: Oh, yes, I've just realized this.. For some reason my google search didn't return the MSE page. |
Jan 20 |
asked | When was the “arrow notation” for functions first introduced? |
Jan 17 |
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Why is this group called “The Holomorph of a group”
I don't know anything about holomorph groups, but it's probably a word of Greek origin, meaning something like "complete form", "completely formed" or so.. |
Jan 11 |
awarded | Notable Question |
Jan 5 |
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automorphisms of local rings vs local change of coordinates
Oh, when I first read it my tablet was displaying it the wrong way. I can now see the comma, sorry :) |
Jan 5 |
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automorphisms of local rings vs local change of coordinates
What does $IC^{\infty}(...)$ stand for? |
Dec 16 |
awarded | Notable Question |
Dec 12 |
accepted | Can one make a category concrete by “enlarging the universe”? |
Dec 12 |
awarded | Good Question |
Dec 12 |
asked | Can one make a category concrete by “enlarging the universe”? |
Dec 11 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Dec 2 |
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Determining a surface in $\mathbb{R}^3$ by its Gaussian curvature
Oh wait, but in Do Carmo's example they indeed have different extrinsic curvatures... |
Dec 2 |
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Determining a surface in $\mathbb{R}^3$ by its Gaussian curvature
How is the statement in the second paragraph compatible with examples such as the one in Remark 1 on page 318 of Do Carmo's book "Differential geometry of curves and surfaces"? |
Dec 2 |
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Are there Zoll pancakes?
Now, instead, does it make sense?... ^_o |