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Oct 2 |
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Oct 1 |
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Sep 28 |
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The complex structure on $S^{2n}$
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Sep 24 |
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Sep 19 |
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Motivation for the étale topology over other possibilities
@DustinClause: do you mean "contractible" in the usual sense in the analytic topology, or in some specific more abstract sense? |
Sep 15 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Sep 7 |
asked | Decomposition vs filtration vs stratification |
Aug 28 |
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Are linear algebraic groups rigid?
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Aug 27 |
asked | Are linear algebraic groups rigid? |
Aug 25 |
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Continuous relations?
Ok, thank you for the explanations! |
Aug 25 |
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Continuous relations?
Ok, so in the case of the counting measure you have an underlying (set theoretic) relation $R\subseteq X\times Y$. But what about more general measures? |
Aug 24 |
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Continuous relations?
Maybe I've missed the point of the definition, but isn't it a notion of "measurable relation between measurable subsets" ($R\subseteq P(X)\times P(Y)$) rather than just a "measuranle relation between elements" ($R\subseteq X\times Y$)? |
Aug 24 |
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When is a holomorphic submersion with isomorphic fibers locally trivial?
@Andrea: take a non-Zariski-locally-trivial (locally isotrivial) projective fibration; then, by FG, it's locally (in the eucliden topology) analytically trivial. Or did you mean an explicit example? |
Aug 23 |
asked | Non-linearly isomorphic non-equivalent $G-$representations? |
Aug 23 |
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Why is Set, and not Rel, so ubiquitous in mathematics?
2. Could you also give some reference to the literature on this topic (if there is any) |
Aug 23 |
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Why is Set, and not Rel, so ubiquitous in mathematics?
1. Why is not the usul notion of composition od reltions enough do define "commutativity" of digrams in Rel? |
Aug 19 |
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Jul 28 |
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