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accepted How to computably reduce the number of colors in (infinite) Ramsey's theorem
Apr
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comment How to computably reduce the number of colors in (infinite) Ramsey's theorem
@CarlMummert I added it in the problem statement.
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revised How to computably reduce the number of colors in (infinite) Ramsey's theorem
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accepted How to extend a conformal map from a rectangle to the upper half plane to the entire plane meromorphically
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revised How to computably reduce the number of colors in (infinite) Ramsey's theorem
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asked How to computably reduce the number of colors in (infinite) Ramsey's theorem
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comment How to extend a conformal map from a rectangle to the upper half plane to the entire plane meromorphically
Is it possible for you to elaborate on the second sentence?
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asked How to extend a conformal map from a rectangle to the upper half plane to the entire plane meromorphically
Feb
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accepted Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
Feb
27
comment Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
Thank you. What is the easy (calculation-less?) way of showing the fact about orientation?
Feb
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revised Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
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revised Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
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comment Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
@k.stm Is it possible for you to elaborate? For example, what do you mean by conformal maps? Do you mean that conformal maps between circles are determined by three points on one circle and other three points on the other?
Feb
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revised Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
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comment Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
@k.stm Does applying that usual method to points of modulus one guarantee that closed unit disc is mapped to itself?
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asked Conformal maps from the unit disc onto itself, given by two sets of three points on the boundary
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comment $A$ is c.e. $ \Leftrightarrow$ $A \le_{1}K_{0}$
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