bio | website | math.berkeley.edu/~hutching |
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location | Berkeley CA | |
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visits | member for | 5 years |
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Jan 29 |
answered | Proof of Arnold Conjecture for monotone symplectic manifolds |
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May 22 |
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How to Tackle the Smooth Poincare Conjecture
The business about finding a symplectic structure on $X-\{pt\}$ is not my original suggestion, nor a program that I am suggesting anyone try to carry out. It is just a motivational remark I made when introducting Gromov's theorem on the recognition of ${\mathbb R}^4$. |
Feb 17 |
answered | Why should I care about Heegaard-Floer theory? |
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Jan 17 |
answered | an example of a Morse-Bott function |
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answered | Morse theory and adiabatic limits |
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answered | German mathematical terms like “Nullstellensatz” |
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Nov 29 |
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Are there moves between Reidemeister moves?
Your requirement that "if one fills in the corresponding loops in the Reidemeister graph with a 2-cell, the resulting space is simply connected" seems too strong. I think you probably want to require instead that the inclusion of your 2-complex into the space of knots induces an isomorphism on the fundamental group of each component. |
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Nov 9 |
answered | Almost complex structures in Floer theory |
Oct 24 |
answered | Comparison between Hamiltonian Floer cohomology and Lagrangian Floer cohomology of the diagonal |
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