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I am a PhD student at University of Alberta.


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awarded  Popular Question
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revised Questions about Listening To Presented Material
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15
answered Finitely representable space
Nov
15
comment Finitely representable space
OK. I see the argument. I almost want to delete the question now. Thanks for any attention that has been given to this.
Nov
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comment Finitely representable space
I had an idea, but haven't checked it yet. Just start with a countable dense subset and throw away the ones you dont need for linear independance.
Nov
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comment Finitely representable space
Thanks, suppose further that $F$ is separable. I cleaned up my question which was sloppy, sorry!
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revised Finitely representable space
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asked Finitely representable space
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Sep
19
revised Integration over subsets of the complex plane.
$t$ and $\theta$ were being used for the same variable
Sep
19
comment Integration over subsets of the complex plane.
I'm a bit embarassed I didn't make this connection. We do this all the time for continuous functions $f:\mathbb{R}^{2}\to\mathbb{R}$. Thanks for the help!
Sep
19
accepted Integration over subsets of the complex plane.
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19
asked Integration over subsets of the complex plane.
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comment Neighborhood Base (the definition)
While I agree with you in other contexts, this is not really what the question was about. It does not follow at all from the definition I provided that the neighbourhoods should contain $x$. Arturo Magidin's comments above have answered the question.
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accepted Convolution of $L^1(G)$ functions with elements of $M(G)$.
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13
comment Convolution of $L^1(G)$ functions with elements of $M(G)$.
Thanks very much!
Jul
13
comment Convolution of $L^1(G)$ functions with elements of $M(G)$.
Thanks Norbert. Can you refer me to where I might find the proof that $e_{\alpha}\to \delta_{e}$?