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two queens
mathematics and death
not cheerful not sad
guide me through the land
pat me on my head
they live
in my one man nation
i follow them
to my destination
wh,
(long ago)
polynomials over finite Galois field
spread so evenly across their finite affine space
i wish for a network of friends
to count on
wh,
1996-03-05/06
Jul 24 |
awarded | Revival |
Jul 9 |
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Wanted: a “Coq for the working mathematician”
@MarkDickinson -- thank you. Thus does "sudo port" is a special port in Mac? I'll have to read this whole thread anew. |
Jul 3 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Jul 3 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jul 3 |
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A question in general topology
typo and trivial grammar |
Jun 10 |
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Looking for techniques of How to measure the Similarity/Dissimilarity between two images?
@RajeshD is right. Similarity with respect to what? |
Jun 7 |
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If $A>B>0$, can we always find a positive real number $\alpha$, $0<\alpha < 1$ such that $\alpha A \geq B $?
The general definition considers the complex field, not real. |
Jun 7 |
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If $A>B>0$, can we always find a positive real number $\alpha$, $0<\alpha < 1$ such that $\alpha A \geq B $?
The real part the relevant expression related to $\ A - B\ $ is greater than certain $\ \epsilon > 0\ $ when evaluated on the unit sphere. If you change $\ A-B\ $ a little, i.e. if you change $\ A\ $ a little then it'll be fine. |
Jun 7 |
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If $A>B>0$, can we always find a positive real number $\alpha$, $0<\alpha < 1$ such that $\alpha A \geq B $?
Naturally. Thank you. Can't you prove a little sharper result: $\ \alpha\cdot A\ >\ B\ $ ? |
Jun 4 |
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Extremely messy proofs
Banach used Baire category--simple and elegant. |
Jun 4 |
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Extremely messy proofs
@ToddTrimble -- yes, and more, it's a characterization: a topology $\ T\ $ in $\ Y\ $ is maximal (among non-discrete topologies) $\ \Leftarrow:\Rightarrow\ $ there exists a (unique) point $\ v\in Y\ $ such that all points of $\ X := Y\setminus\{v\}\ $ are isolated, and the family $\ \{V\cap X : v\in V\in T\}\ $ is a maximal filter in $\ X\ $ REMARK The principal maximal filters in $\ X := X_v\ $ correspond 1-1 to maximal topologies which are non-Hausdorff. (The max. filters with the empty intersection correspond to maximal topologies which are Hausdorff). |
May 29 |
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If $X$ is compact, is $[X]^2$ compact, too?
I'd vote to close this obviously non-research question if it were not for Ramiro's nice answer. |
May 28 |
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Hausdorff space $X$ with $X\cong [X]^2$
Adam, thank you. |
May 27 |
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Hausdorff space $X$ with $X\cong [X]^2$
Up-voted, but this is an overkill though :-) (no, not too bad!). |
May 26 |
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What's the detailed proof of “the composition of planar tangles is well-defined”?
@SébastienPalcoux -- thank you (now I can SEE :-). |
May 26 |
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What's the detailed proof of “the composition of planar tangles is well-defined”?
To me the wikipedia's definition of planar algebra is unreadable, just horrible. |
May 26 |
answered | Graph $G$ with $\omega(G) = 2$ but $\chi(G) \geq \aleph_0$ |
May 24 |
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Combinatorial formula for the number of different words
Mine would be not so much from another world as off the wall. Your q. is harder than I thought at first. Thus I up-voted it. Now I expect the specialists to answer your question, possibly using some Bernoulli numbers or similar--let me see (let them sweat :-). |
May 24 |
revised |
Connectedness of the complements of the connected subsets
cosmetic |
May 24 |
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Combinatorial formula for the number of different words
I misread words in the title as worlds. Too bad. |