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I'm a PhD student with research interests in Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Complexity Theory and Geometric Invariant Theory.


Mar
8
comment Do “multiples” of open dense sets of an algebraic group union to the whole group?
@DylanWilson: +1 and also, your comment is really the answer. I'd +1 that as an answer. Why don't you make it an answer. =D
Mar
7
answered Time complexity of a modulo operation
Mar
7
revised Time complexity of a modulo operation
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Mar
7
answered The use of master theorem appriopriately
Mar
7
revised The use of master theorem appriopriately
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Mar
5
comment Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
I should have said $O(n)$ many operations.
Mar
5
revised Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
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Mar
5
comment Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
I made an edit. Again sorry for being so vague, is this better?
Mar
5
revised Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
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Mar
5
comment Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
You are right. My question is vague and not mathematically precise. I am sorry for the brusque comment. Providing the entire context would have been very lengthy, so I decided to give people the essential idea and ask if someone had an idea on how to tackle it. I will give it some thought and see if I can make this more precise without making it too repulsive.
Mar
5
comment Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
Well, of course I allow knowledge of the $v_i$.
Mar
5
revised Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
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5
asked Computing the trace of a linear map, expressed in terms of a generating set which is not a basis
Mar
5
comment noether normalization theorem geometric meaning
Phew, I am really glad it helped. =)
Mar
5
comment noether normalization theorem geometric meaning
Check my edit, I have tried to explain this more, and I added a picture for intuition. Please just tell me if this is still confusing.
Mar
5
revised noether normalization theorem geometric meaning
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Mar
4
comment noether normalization theorem geometric meaning
You said "This is what i understood," with respect to that statement. I mean, you said in your own post that $x_i$ is a solution of $f^i(x)=0$, where [...]. You should clarify what you understand and what you do not understand.
Mar
4
answered noether normalization theorem geometric meaning
Mar
4
revised noether normalization theorem geometric meaning
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Mar
1
answered Derivative on polynomial ring