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Jun
22
comment Definition of trigonal curves
This map $C\to \mathbb P^1$ you mentioned is not necessarily a canonical embedding, right?
Jun
21
revised Books to help us to draw 3D pictures
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Jun
21
comment Books to help us to draw 3D pictures
@copper.hat I'm looking for sites or books which teach how to draw them. I saw some mathematicians which can draw difficult pictures as möbius band very well. I thought maybe they learn from somewhere.
Jun
21
comment Books to help us to draw 3D pictures
@JasperLoy yes, as I said above.
Jun
21
comment Books to help us to draw 3D pictures
@copper.hat no, you didn't follow my question. I would like to draw these pictures myself in order to draw them on blackboard.
Jun
21
asked Books to help us to draw 3D pictures
Jun
21
comment What is $g^1_3$?
So Can I say that a curve $C$ is trigonal if it has a divisor which has a linear system $g_n^r$?
Jun
21
asked Definition of trigonal curves
Jun
18
comment How can I use a precise definition to find values of delta that correspond with given epsilon values
@Grace In order to understand this concept you have to work with a specific value for $a$.
Jun
17
comment Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves
@Naiad however in the beginning of the answer I think the author made a typo. The correct statement is "the point $P$ is hyperelliptic if $2$ is not a gap value at $P$."
Jun
17
comment Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves
@Naiad I've got it. you're right, it's from definition of $L(2P)$.
Jun
16
accepted Intuitive idea of the Lipschitz function
Jun
16
comment Intuitive idea of the Lipschitz function
yes, now I got it! thank you very much!
Jun
16
asked Basis of $L(D)$
Jun
16
comment Intuitive idea of the Lipschitz function
yes, but in every bounded function I can draw this kind of cone (see the picture of my question).
Jun
16
comment Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves
I have a question: you said: "there exists a non-constant function $f \in L(2P)$ which has a pole of order at most $2$ at $P$ and no poles anywhere else." I didn't understand why it has no poles anywhere else. Thank you again!
Jun
16
comment Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves
in the beginning, I think you meant "the point $P$ is hyperelliptic Weierstrass point if $2$ is not a gap value at $P$".
Jun
16
comment Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves
Thank you very much for your answer.
Jun
16
revised Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves
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Jun
16
asked Equivalence definitions of hyperelliptic curves