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I work at Utrecht University; I'm interested in derived differential geometry and its applications to mathematical physics.
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awarded | Autobiographer |
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awarded | Scholar |
Nov 26 |
accepted | Non-polynomial integrals of motion for polynomial dynamical systems |
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awarded | Supporter |
Apr 24 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Oct 28 |
awarded | Editor |
Oct 28 |
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Do affine schemes form a Mal'cev category?
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Oct 28 |
answered | Do affine schemes form a Mal'cev category? |
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awarded | Necromancer |
Jul 25 |
answered | Applications of mathematics |
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comment |
Non-polynomial integrals of motion for polynomial dynamical systems
Dear Robert, your comment is very helpful and counts as an answer. Thanks! |
Jul 12 |
asked | Non-polynomial integrals of motion for polynomial dynamical systems |
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awarded | Student |
Mar 1 |
asked | a “homological dimension” for embedding of manifolds |
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comment |
Is every graded manifold affine, and is this definition of graded manifold the right one?
Sure, no prob. I guess Teichner was giving a characterization of the essential image of the global sections functor into algebras -- an issue, in some sense, orthogonal to the answer I gave. In the graded case, the characterization will look different unless you complete, which may be a sensible thing to do for some purposes. Cheers! |
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awarded | Teacher |
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answered | Is every graded manifold affine, and is this definition of graded manifold the right one? |