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I am a student at UofT. My research interests are currently: convexity phenomena in completely integrable systems and coadjoint orbits.
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accepted | Detecting Monodromy in Integrable Systems |
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Symplectic quotient of projective variety is projective?
misspelled 'variety' in title |
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suggested | approved edit on Symplectic quotient of projective variety is projective? |
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Symplectic quotient of projective variety is projective?
If $M$ is compact then a Hamiltonian action of an non-trivial connected group cannot be free: $\mu$ must have critical points (certainly it may act freely \emph{on a level set} but this is different). |
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awarded | Autobiographer |
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awarded | Teacher |
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answered | Detecting Monodromy in Integrable Systems |
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awarded | Announcer |
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Proofs without words
this proof makes me wonder what is a 'picture' and what is |
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Detecting Monodromy in Integrable Systems
For example, are there interesting ways to show that the rotation numbers are multivalued functions? |
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asked | Detecting Monodromy in Integrable Systems |
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awarded | Critic |
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basic questions on quantum integrable systems
Can you be more specific as to what happens for $g^*$ in terms of the 'quantization' in your first example (perhaps a reference)? Also, what is meant by 'principal symbols'? |
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Fiction books about mathematicians?
The film was pretty terrible. |
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Is there a Whitney Embedding Theorem for non-smooth manifolds?
@Tom do you know the original reference for the 2n+1 theorem 'every map from a smooth $N^n$ to a smooth $M^{2n+1}$ is homotopic to a smooth embedding? |