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I'm a lecturer of mathematics at the University of the South Pacific. My research interests are in algebraic topology and metric geometry.


Apr
16
revised Arbitrary (i.e. not necessarily finite-dimensional) vector spaces; reference request.
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Apr
16
comment Question on sequence space (as a linear space)
what is $L$ exactly?
Apr
16
answered Arbitrary (i.e. not necessarily finite-dimensional) vector spaces; reference request.
Apr
16
revised finding a boolean function with specific property
added 42 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Apr
16
answered finding a boolean function with specific property
Apr
16
comment finding a boolean function with specific property
you need to wrap latex codes between $ signs to render it is maths. I did a bit of editing so you can see how it's done. I also changed the title to something more meaningful.
Apr
16
comment Axiomatizing topology through continuous maps
The space $Z$ you use is known as the Sierpinski space. I like your question.
Apr
16
answered explanation for a combinatorial identity involving the binomial coefficient
Apr
16
comment Are there contradictions in math?
@Slumberland you come across as angry, which, perhaps, is why I can't quite understand any of the points you wish to make. I will try to address your first one, trying to understand it. You say what I wrote is ridiculous. Do you mean to say that there are known contradictions (in which case please show me one) or that the lack thereof is not overwhelming circumstantial evidence for their non-existence (in which case, please elaborate on that)?
Apr
15
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15
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15
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15
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15
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Apr
14
comment Generators and relations as a functor
generators and relations for which structure? Goblins?
Apr
14
comment Are there contradictions in math?
@EricStucky Ramanjuan summation is not about the value of the series but about the behaviour of the partial sums. It's thus a different notion that syntactically may appear similar. The series diverges but one can still something about the partial sums. There are many ways to manipulate nonsensical objects and arrive at correct results (which can then be proven). Ramanujan never claim the series above converged.
Apr
14
answered Are there contradictions in math?
Apr
14
answered What's the motivation behind metric spaces?
Apr
14
comment Philosophical question in real analysis
yes, if the function is also continuous then your conclusion is correct (and is not philosophical).
Apr
14
answered question about the axiom of choice