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I'm an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia. My interests are geometric representation theory, knot homology and categorification.
Apr 12 |
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Moment map of CP^1 as rational normal curve
You just multiply by n. Your direct calculation is wrong. I can't tell you anything more, since you don't reproduce it. |
Apr 12 |
reviewed | Approve suggested edit on Continued fraction representation of Zeta |
Apr 11 |
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Reduction along an Orbit for C.-M. systems
@Brightsun It depends what you want to get out, of course. I don't think you necessarily need more symplectic geometry background, but Etingof's perspective is not one of pure symplectic geometry, so background in other areas like representation theory could also be useful. In terms of symplectic geometry, you might try some references that emphasize the Poisson side of things more, since that seemed to be what was throwing you off. |
Apr 11 |
answered | Reduction along an Orbit for C.-M. systems |
Apr 8 |
reviewed | Approve suggested edit on Associated primes of M/IM |
Apr 8 |
reviewed | Approve suggested edit on Support of Hom(R/I,M) |
Apr 8 |
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Characters and conjugacy classes
@DavidSpeyer pointed out that the same question was asked and answered by him on math.SE, so I've migrated so it can be closed. |
Apr 7 |
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If the Lie algebra is a direct sum, then the Lie group is a direct product?
I'm closing because the question is answered in comments. |
Mar 30 |
awarded | Notable Question |
Mar 19 |
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What is exceptional about the prime numbers 2 and 3?
This is very closely related to the question: mathoverflow.net/questions/915 |
Mar 17 |
reviewed | Close Number of perfect matching on sets of binary string |
Mar 17 |
reviewed | Close Group of homomorphisms with real coefficients and circle coefficients |
Mar 17 |
reviewed | Close Multivariable irreducible polynomials over finite fields |
Mar 17 |
reviewed | Leave Open Subgroups of $GL(n,\mathbb{R})$ which are $Aut(L)$ for some Lie structure |
Mar 17 |
reviewed | Leave Open An ample line bundle on a K3 surface |
Mar 17 |
reviewed | Leave Open Parabolic bundle and chern class |
Mar 12 |
answered | Hall-Littlewood functions and functions on the nilpotent cone |
Mar 12 |
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Hall-Littlewood functions and functions on the nilpotent cone
I don't think you really mean the nilcone, as your construction of the line bundle doesn't make sense in this case (what's the fiber over 0? by your description, it should be $\mathbb{C}$ modulo a non-trivial action of the product of GL's, which isn't a line); these line bundles will only make sense on $T^*(SL_n/B)$. Of course, you might prefer to think about their pushforward to the nilcone, but that's emphatically not a line bundle. |
Mar 11 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Mar 11 |
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Microlocalizing Hochschild homology
Am I getting warmer? |