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Graduate student in mathematics.


Mar
21
comment Time-dependent flat line bundle
@JoshBurby yep that's correct
Mar
21
comment Example: Maps of Constant Rank - Composition not of Constant Rank
what have you tried? sounds like a homework question.
Mar
20
comment Time-dependent flat line bundle
@JoshBurby see my edit. hope this helps.
Mar
20
revised Time-dependent flat line bundle
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Mar
20
revised determinating the signature of a bilinear form
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Mar
20
comment determinating the signature of a bilinear form
It looks like you have a typo, what should $y_n + 1 - i$ be? Should it be $y_{n+1-i}$ and then the sum should really start at $i=1$ instead of $0$?
Mar
19
answered Time-dependent flat line bundle
Mar
19
comment Time-dependent flat line bundle
I'm guessing you want the connection on $L$ to be that induced from each $\ell_t$?
Mar
18
comment How can I prove that $\mathcal{O}_X(-n-1) \simeq \Lambda^n(T_X)^*$?
Take the top exterior power of the euler sequence: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler_sequence
Mar
18
comment What topology has $Pic(X)$?
In the case that $X$ is a Riemann surface, I think what you're after is called the Jacobi variety.
Mar
18
revised Connection(gauge field) in Fubini-Study metric is pull back of a connection A of line bundle $\mathcal{O}(1)$ on $\mathbb{CP}^{N-1}$
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Mar
18
answered Connection(gauge field) in Fubini-Study metric is pull back of a connection A of line bundle $\mathcal{O}(1)$ on $\mathbb{CP}^{N-1}$
Mar
16
comment Connection(gauge field) in Fubini-Study metric is pull back of a connection A of line bundle $\mathcal{O}(1)$ on $\mathbb{CP}^{N-1}$
A does not generate the cohomology of $\mathbb C P^{N-1}$ ($A$ is not even globally defined on $\mathbb C P^{N-1}$). The curvature of the connection is the cohomology class of the Fubini-Study Kahler form and that is what generates the cohomology ring.
Mar
13
comment Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
@SanathDevalapurkar because the exterior derivative satisfies the product rule: $d(\lambda \omega) = d\lambda \wedge \omega + \lambda d\omega$.
Mar
5
reviewed Approve Integral equation question
Mar
5
reviewed Approve Algebraic manipulation of Lyapunov function
Mar
5
reviewed Approve Free fall with resistance: solution to the ODE
Mar
3
comment Group cohomology versus deRham cohomology with twisted coefficients
Do you happen to know of a good reference for this stuff (e.g. the map $H^i(\pi_1(M), V) \to H^i(M,\mathcal L)$ and the spectral sequence)?
Feb
15
comment Top Cohomology of $\mathbb{P}^2$ via Sphere
$H^2(\mathbb P^2; \mathbb R) = 0$.
Feb
7
comment Vector field on sphere
Yep (assuming your formula is correct).