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Aug
26
answered The boundary of an open subset of $[0,1]$ containing all rationals in $(0,1)$
Aug
23
comment Hilbert subspaces of $B(\mathbb{R}^n)$
I was trying $B(\mathbb{R}^2)$. I haven't even been able to find two matrices which satisfy the parallelogram law and are not scalar multiples.
Aug
23
asked Hilbert subspaces of $B(\mathbb{R}^n)$
Aug
10
answered Hilbert Space: Weak Convergence implies Strong Convergence
Aug
6
answered When is the matrix $A^{\ast} A$ isometric?
Aug
1
comment Banach spaces not isomorphic to $\ell^p(S)$?
thank you! that was very instructive. Now, of course, another question comes to mind: can you embed every Banach space in a $L^p$ space? Maybe I'll post it as a separate question.
Aug
1
accepted Banach spaces not isomorphic to $\ell^p(S)$?
Jul
31
asked Banach spaces not isomorphic to $\ell^p(S)$?
Jul
21
comment Maps preserving roots of a polynomial function over finite fields
$S(Q)$ can never be truly "equal" to $S(P)$. The reason being, $S(Q)\subset F_q^n$, while $S(P)\subset F_2^n$. Perhaps you meant something else? If so, please edit your question.
Jul
16
comment Absorbing at Each point means Open?
Short (unsatisfying) answer: No. Just put the indiscrete topology on any vector space. Absorbing sets need not be the whole space.
Jul
16
comment Absorbing at Each point means Open?
What do you mean by absorbing "at each point"?
Jul
16
answered What kind of function space does the a set of linearly independent exponential form?
Jul
9
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Jul
9
revised Order Preserving Isomorphism
removed incorrect tag algebraic-topology
Jul
9
suggested suggested edit on Order Preserving Isomorphism
Jul
8
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Jul
8
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Jul
6
answered List of functions not integrable in elementary terms
Jul
5
revised Find a closed subset of an algebraic group, closed under products, which does not contain $e$.
fixed title
Jul
5
suggested suggested edit on Find a closed subset of an algebraic group, closed under products, which does not contain $e$.