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Aspiring physicist, autodidact.
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awarded | Popular Question |
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24 |
awarded | Autobiographer |
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awarded | Curious |
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awarded | Citizen Patrol |
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24 |
awarded | Popular Question |
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awarded | Yearling |
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awarded | Nice Question |
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accepted | When are non-quasi-coherent sheaves used? |
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asked | When are non-quasi-coherent sheaves used? |
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27 |
asked | What are some open problems in toric varieties? |
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27 |
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two sequences whose difference converges to zero
$A_n$ and $B_n$ are "asymptotically equal" - proofwiki.org/wiki/Definition:Asymptotically_Equal |
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Secondary fans and Stanley Reisner ideals
It's apparently a bug in chrome for Linux. Do you happen to know of an algorithm to explicitly compute all coherent triangulations of a set $S$? |
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accepted | Secondary fans and Stanley Reisner ideals |
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Secondary fans and Stanley Reisner ideals
Thanks David! The codimension one problem has been throwing me for awhile. Something's wrong with the display of your first equation though; it should be $$\tilde{f}(w) = \max \{ \sum a_i f(s_i) : \ \sum a_i s_i = w,\ a_i \geq 0 \}.$$ |
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revised |
Secondary fans and Stanley Reisner ideals
fixed grammar |
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Singular locus of a homogeneous polynomial.
This question has been re-posed and answered: mathoverflow.net/questions/40672/… |
Sep
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accepted | Constructing affine hypersurfaces with one singularity |
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Constructing affine hypersurfaces with one singularity
@mdeland: I understand that they are equivalent. I don't understand how this answers my question; you've just rephrased it to "what are conditions on $S$ and/or $H$ such that the weighted projective space is smooth". Having coprime weights that divide the degree is not enough: I can assign degree 2 to $x$ and 1 to $y$ in example 1, and $2|6$, but the singular locus of $x^3$ is not the origin. |
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Constructing affine hypersurfaces with one singularity
@mdeland; I want to know when the affine hypersurface has such a singularity. I hope I made that clear this time in my question. |
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30 |
asked | Constructing affine hypersurfaces with one singularity |