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location | Montreal, Quebec | |
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visits | member for | 4 years, 7 months |
seen | Jan 22 at 5:59 | |
stats | profile views | 1,071 |
Dec 20 |
asked | Intersection of ordinary subspaces at different primes |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 13 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 9 |
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Is my field algebraically closed?
Dear David: if you'd like to post your beautiful answer at MSE also, I'll happily accept it there as well. Cheers! |
Jun 4 |
awarded | Good Question |
Jun 4 |
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Is my field algebraically closed?
Very nice (and, for me, unexpected!) |
Jun 4 |
accepted | Is my field algebraically closed? |
Jun 4 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Jun 3 |
awarded | Good Question |
Jun 3 |
asked | Is my field algebraically closed? |
May 8 |
accepted | Is there a name for a “rigid” sheaf? |
May 8 |
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Is there a name for a “rigid” sheaf?
Thank you Simon, very informative! |
May 8 |
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Is there a name for a “rigid” sheaf?
@Piotr: Of course, you are right. But I am interested in the more general situation (analytic spaces, sites, etc.) |
May 7 |
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Is there a name for a “rigid” sheaf?
Thank you. I don't think this is quite what I am looking for. The notion of Hausdorff sheaf doesn't seem very standard, and more importantly, the spaces one considers in algebraic geometry are far from being Hausdorff and locally connected. Thank you anyways! |
May 7 |
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Is there a name for a “rigid” sheaf?
@Jack: Thank you; that is a good point. I'm having a hard time believing that nobody has ever named this property! |
May 7 |
asked | Is there a name for a “rigid” sheaf? |
Mar 6 |
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“Gross-Zagier” formulae outside of number theory
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Mar 6 |
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“Gross-Zagier” formulae outside of number theory
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Mar 6 |
awarded | Good Question |
Mar 2 |
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“Gross-Zagier” formulae outside of number theory
@René Good point. In any case, it is the resemblance between the two formulas which I am really curious about. |