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location | Princeton, NJ | |
age | 26 | |
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Computer Scientist / Mathematician
Caltech Alumni 2009
Mostly know things about Complexity, Combinatorics and Algebra. Strong background in proof complexity & probabilistic combinatorics. Not extremely broad algebra background, more focus on things like Group Theory / Group Representation Theory, Category Theory, than for instance Field Theory / Galois Theory. Wish I knew more analysis, harmonic analysis, wish I understood Homological Algebra better.
I like Sushi, camping, motorcycles, Nietzsche, travel, Surfing. I also like Slacklining.
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awarded | Popular Question |
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accepted | Does subgroup structure of a finite group characterize isomorphism type? |
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Does subgroup structure of a finite group characterize isomorphism type?
Wow, I can't believe that ordering works! It is completely arbitrary dependent on how GAP chooses to order the elements, right? Out of curiosity, do you have reason to believe that a random bijection that respects the orders of elements should work, for most large enough groups, if not all groups, or something along these lines? I intend to accept the answer, I'd just like to work out the pencil and paper proof myself first :) |
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awarded | Nice Question |
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awarded | Teacher |
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answered | A polynomial-time algorithm for deciding whether a language has a polynomial time algorithm |
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asked | Does subgroup structure of a finite group characterize isomorphism type? |