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Florian Eisele
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16 votes
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When k[G/H] is multiplicity free G module ?

13 votes
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Does there exist a wide but not full abelian subcategory of an abelian category?

13 votes
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Why are Jucys-Murphy elements' eigenvalues whole numbers?

10 votes
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Are irreducible representations subrepresentations of a symmetric power representation?

7 votes
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Do real vectors attain matrix norms?

7 votes

Diagonal invariants of the symmetric group on $k[X_1,X_2,...,X_n,Y_1,Y_2,...,Y_n]$

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flatness condition for local noetherian ring without nilpotent elements

6 votes
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Conjugcy classes in GL(F_2)? GL(F_q)

6 votes
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Coproduct on coordinate ring of finite algebraic group

4 votes
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The number of solutions of a matrix equation

4 votes

Tensor Products, Sub-Algebras, Sub-Modules, and Inclusions

4 votes

Does $S$ being a free rank-$n$ $R$-algebra imply that $S/R$ is free rank $n-1$?

4 votes
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Uniqueness of the rank of the core of a lattice

3 votes

Combinatorics of folding digit strings

3 votes
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Is the Brauer correspondence injective ?

3 votes

Conjugacy for p-adic matrices of finite order II

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Are there n polynomials for which all intersection multiplicities are at least m?

3 votes

heller functor of finite order

3 votes
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Invertible matrix

2 votes

Prime-like elements of rings

2 votes

Maximal order in a central simple algebra

2 votes
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"Composition of Morita equivalences" or "Morita equivalence and the Nakayama functor"

2 votes
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Triviality of SK_0(Lambda) for Lambda an order in a group algebra over a $p$-adic field

2 votes

Generating set of orthogonal matrix

2 votes

Does every embedding of one unipotent group (over R) in another extend to an embedding of the respective upper triangular matrix groups?

1 vote

Analogon to Brauer characters, if K not algebraically closed

1 vote
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Completing unimodular vectors with $3$ entries in $F_2[t]$ to a $3$ by $3$ matrix with determinant equal to $1.$