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I'm a PhD candidate in mathematics at Boston College interested in hyperbolic geometry.


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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Differential Geometry without General Topology
Yeah; Spivak seems to cover all the topology he needs in his books. If you're up for Spivak's five-volume magnum opus, go for it!
Apr
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answered Differential Geometry without General Topology
Mar
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revised Conformally immersed Riemann surfaces and foliations
added long comment
Mar
15
comment Conformally immersed Riemann surfaces and foliations
What exactly do you mean by pushing $\Sigma$ along the frame?
Mar
13
answered Conformally immersed Riemann surfaces and foliations
Mar
6
revised Help understanding manifolds and topological spaces
added image
Mar
6
answered Help understanding manifolds and topological spaces
Mar
6
comment Collecting definitions of continuity.
Perhaps my community wiki comment was therefore out of line.
Mar
6
comment Collecting definitions of continuity.
meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/941/…
Mar
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comment Collecting definitions of continuity.
Should this be community wiki & big list?
Mar
6
comment Question about partition of open sets in $\mathbb{R^n}$
No connected open set is the disjoint union of two or more nonempty open sets. So not all of your limited rectangles can be open.
Mar
6
revised A continuous map that fixes the boundary of a domain pointwise is surjective
pointed out error as per G. Smith
Mar
6
comment A continuous map that fixes the boundary of a domain pointwise is surjective
-blush- Well, I suppose I ought to leave this nonanswer up as a warning to those attempting a solution without using more heavy machinery. It's so tempting.
Mar
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comment Picture of a 4D knot
LOL! No, literally, I mean it.
Mar
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answered A continuous map that fixes the boundary of a domain pointwise is surjective
Mar
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revised Picture of a 4D knot
added diagram; italicized titles; referenced Carter, Kamada, and Saito
Mar
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answered Picture of a 4D knot