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Apr
21
comment Existence of probability distributions/measures/spaces and mathematical expectations in some functional spaces
if you really want to learn about probability measures on function spaces you should look at archive.numdam.org/article/AIF_1967__17_1_1_0.pdf
Apr
13
comment What is the Fourier transform of this function?
try analytic continuation in your parameters alpha, beta, etc. If you have a formula in the region where all is well and integrals converge, then what you are looking for will be given by an explicit analytic continuation. Before you embark on this you should study the book by Gel'fand and Shilov, Generalized functions Vol 1.
Mar
29
revised Nuclear operators/spaces and transfer operators
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Mar
29
comment The coefficient of a specific monomial of the following polynomial
no pbm. BTW may I ask what are you working on, how did the question above arise?
Mar
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revised The coefficient of a specific monomial of the following polynomial
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Mar
26
comment An interesting inequality
related question mathoverflow.net/questions/107526/…
Mar
26
answered The coefficient of a specific monomial of the following polynomial
Mar
26
comment A question about homogenous polynomials of degree $\frac{n(n-1)}{2}$
just linking to this related MO question mathoverflow.net/questions/56627/…
Mar
25
revised Why is multiplication on the space of smooth functions with compact support continuous?
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Mar
25
answered Why is multiplication on the space of smooth functions with compact support continuous?
Mar
17
comment Elementary / Interesting proofs of the Nullstellensatz
What about Hilbert's proof which if I remember correctly uses elimination theory? I think it is in the early editions of van der Warden's Algebra book.
Mar
16
comment Super-plethysm?
Does this provide an answer to my MO question mathoverflow.net/questions/33681/… with t=q?
Mar
8
comment Hilbert scheme of projectively normal elliptic curves
Even if you probably know that, I would mention the work of Tom Fisher at Cambridge dpmms.cam.ac.uk/~taf1000/research.html He studied these questions a lot, but he does not seem to have much for n>5.
Mar
7
answered Applications of the Cayley-Hamilton theorem
Feb
23
comment Extreme unitary minimal models of conformal field theory
Thanks for the reference. I also just found this other article co-authored by Cardy where the $m\rightarrow\infty$ situation is considered: sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0550321387903622
Feb
23
revised Extreme unitary minimal models of conformal field theory
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23
asked Extreme unitary minimal models of conformal field theory