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Jan
23
reviewed Reject nontrivial theorems with trivial proofs
Jan
15
revised Reference for homotopy (co)limits of (co)chain complexes via totalization of double complexes
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Jan
15
comment Reference for homotopy (co)limits of (co)chain complexes via totalization of double complexes
Strictly speaking, I don't know. However the fact that it is functorial and gives a complex quasi-isomorphic to the true colimit gives a hint in this direction. In any case, it should not be difficult to prove it.
Jan
15
answered Reference for homotopy (co)limits of (co)chain complexes via totalization of double complexes
Jan
15
reviewed Approve The Metrizability of Symmetric Products of Metric Spaces
Jan
14
reviewed Approve Integration of $\int_{-\infty}^{\infty}\frac{\cos x}{a^2+x^2}dx$
Dec
5
reviewed Approve Banach space modulo a one-dimensional subspace =?
Nov
28
reviewed Approve Mathematical simulation of viscous material behaviour
Oct
29
reviewed Approve Operator connected with Hermite polynomials
Oct
23
reviewed Approve Disruptive innovations in mathematical notations
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
reviewed Approve Number of edges in linklessly embeddable graphs
Sep
4
reviewed Approve Trace inequality for matrices with determinant 1
Jul
28
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
24
comment History of the connection between Riemann surfaces and complex algebraic curves
More or less. While there was an algebraic tradition going through Hilbert, E. Noether, E. Artin, Krull and finally van der Waerden, Zariski found that the geometric arguments from the italian school were weak and, for instance, the classical theory of surfaces was not correctly developed. This was a motivation for writing a treatise on algebraic geometry, that never was finished because his energies were consumed by the classical text on Commutative Algebra with Samuel. In the mid fifties the sheaf revolution started with Cartan, Oka and finally Serre translated it to the algebraic setting.
Jul
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
23
answered History of the connection between Riemann surfaces and complex algebraic curves
Jul
17
reviewed Approve Removal of non-isomorphic edges results in the same graph
Jun
9
reviewed Approve Mistakes in mathematics, false illusions about conjectures
Jun
4
reviewed Approve Is there any publication of Bombieri about the standard conjectures on algebraic cycles?