bio | website | perso-math.univ-mlv.fr/users/… |
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location | Créteil | |
age | 30 | |
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Now at "Université Paris Est Créteil". I work in Riemannian geometry, and more specifically on Ricci flow.
May 1 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Apr 30 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Apr 1 |
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Shortest paths in Alexandrov spaces
@valeri why don't you make this an answer ? |
Apr 1 |
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Thales Style Level Sets
I can write down an explicit formula in finite time for plane polygons, but it will be ugly... |
Mar 31 |
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Thales Style Level Sets
Except the original motivation, is it that important to restrict the question to plane 2-dimensional figures ? (Actually the only sets for which I can answer the question are balls !) |
Mar 22 |
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A version of isotone projection cones
What about the projection from $\mathbb{R}^2$ to $C=\{y=-x\}$, with $a=(0,2)$ and $b=(0,0)$ ? It seems to prove that the general statement you were looking for is false. |
Feb 26 |
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Obstruction to the existence of global isometries on a constant-curvature Riemannian manifold
Even in the case where $M$ is simply-connected $(M,g)$ need not be an open subset of a complete constant curvature manifold: consider for instance the universal cover of an open subset of the plane with several holes. |
Feb 23 |
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Existence and uniqueness of a quasi-linear pde system on a surface
May I inquire where this equation come from ? Can it be written in a more geometric fashion ? Does it encode some special properties of the 1-form $I_\alpha dx^\alpha$ ? If you manage to present your question in this way, this would help us giving you more precise answers. |
Dec 9 |
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Surjectivity of “nice maps” from local properties
For your example from analysis, don't you need to assume that your map $f$ is proper ? It seems to me that the inclusion map from an open subset of $\mathbb{R}^d$ to $\mathbb{R}^d$ is a counterexample. |
Dec 3 |
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Frobenius Condition for a specific first order pde
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Dec 3 |
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Frobenius Condition for a specific first order pde
My bad. This case is integrable actually. |
Dec 2 |
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metric on ${\bf SPD}_n({\mathbb R})$
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Dec 2 |
answered | metric on ${\bf SPD}_n({\mathbb R})$ |
Dec 2 |
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Frobenius Condition for a specific first order pde
Added the fact that the solution needs to be non constant. |
Dec 2 |
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Frobenius Condition for a specific first order pde
Ok, I did the computation: if $u$ solves the problem, so does any $f(u)$ for $f$ a smooth function from $\mathbb{R}$ to $\mathbb{R}$. So I'll take $u(x,y,z)=z^2-y^2$ instead of yours. Then $\nabla\phi_1=\partial_x$ and $\nabla\phi_2=yz\partial_x+xz\partial_y+xy\partial_z$, while $\nabla u= 2z\partial_z-2y\partial_y$. On can check that the inner products between the gradients don't vanish everywhere. |
Nov 29 |
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Frobenius Condition for a specific first order pde
I'll have a look but I'm skeptical. |
Nov 28 |
answered | Frobenius Condition for a specific first order pde |
Nov 21 |
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Stability of minimal surfaces
Is the question: do solutions to the plateau problem in $(M,g)$ depend continuously on the metric $g$ ? If so, the answer will depend a lot on wether or not the Plateau problem has a unique solution and in which topology you measure the change in $g$ and the solution. Do you have a more precise question regarding the topologies involved ? |
Oct 21 |
answered | Calculating Exterior Distance from Measurements of Inner Geometry |
Oct 17 |
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Is there an English translation of Minding's 1839 paper?
Can you state the theorem you want more precisely ? In particular the distinction between isometric and congruent. |