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Jun 23 |
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How can one interpret homology and Stokes' Theorem via derived categories?
It seems to me that a sensible version of this question would formulate some analogue of "Stokes' theorem" that perhaps one needs in one's research and ask whether it is true. At the very least, I would like to see a lot more about what one would like. |
Jun 23 |
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How can one interpret homology and Stokes' Theorem via derived categories?
What is the mathematical question? It seems like a question about analogies. Seems hard to be definitive there... |
Jun 23 |
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Jun 16 |
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Book on the Three body Problem
Should I suggest you begin with the two body problem? thetwobodyproblem.com |
Jun 8 |
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State of research in moduli space of flat connections
Maybe one could say that Geometric Langlands is advancing so quickly that it is important to have access to a "big expert" if one wants to work on that. |
Jun 4 |
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How to find a topic to do research with as a Post-Doc?
Why is everyone so mean-spirited? Just some small words of encouragement and generic advice from more experienced colleagues and the OP would have gone on happily ever after :) More seriously isn't it very important to choose problems smartly to have a nice career rather than randomly investing time in the first thing that catches your fancy? |
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global sections of structure sheaf on the toric Calabi-Yau
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global sections of structure sheaf on the toric Calabi-Yau
Yes, it is as you say in the dual cone. But this description is not so explicit(at least I have trouble to implement it in practice) and I was hoping know what the best algorithm is for computing. |
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Family of hypersurfaces in (C^*)^2 corresponding to tropical family
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Family of hypersurfaces in (C^*)^2 corresponding to tropical family
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Family of hypersurfaces in (C^*)^2 corresponding to tropical family
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Family of hypersurfaces in (C^*)^2 corresponding to tropical family
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Smooth projective toric varieties which are quotients of product of spheres and torii by a free torus action?
Thank you Jason and Dmitri for your very knowledgeable answers. |
Jan 7 |
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Smooth projective toric varieties which are quotients of product of spheres and torii by a free torus action?
Dmitri, thank you very much for this answer. To make it clear, you are saying the converse is true for surfaces because P^1 \times P^1 and P^2 obviously have such a representation but also P^2 blown up at a point? |
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