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Aug
20
accepted What is Fourier Analysis on Groups and does it have “applications” to physics?
Aug
19
asked What is Fourier Analysis on Groups and does it have “applications” to physics?
Jul
30
comment A problem about Field extension
I think people here will be generally more willing to help you if you show them that you've sufficiently thought about this question by telling them how you would go about or start the proof. Otherwise, it just looks like a homework problem you're just throwing at us to solve on your behalf.
Jul
25
accepted Riesz Lemma to the Riesz Representation Theorem
Jul
25
comment Riesz Lemma to the Riesz Representation Theorem
Thanks Theo. Do you then think there is any point in proving the converse I stated above: for each y∈H, then there exists an unique Ty∈H such that Ty(x)=(y,x) ∀x∈H. ?
Jul
25
asked Riesz Lemma to the Riesz Representation Theorem
Jul
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
11
accepted What is a Form Domain of an Operator?
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment What is a Form Domain of an Operator?
Thanks Theo. I was looking in the second volume, because in the book I was reading the chapter on Self-Adjointness, and the second volume of Reed-Simon series is about Fourier Analysis and Self-Adjointness.
Jul
11
comment What is a Form Domain of an Operator?
I believe it might have something to do with quadratic forms...
Jul
11
asked What is a Form Domain of an Operator?
Jul
10
comment How could contour integration be represented as a number?
Also, if you are dealing with a meromorphic function (a function with isolated poles [which are singularities where f $\rightarrow \infty$]) in some region, then the countour integration can be seen as the the number of zeroes - the number of poles.
Jul
10
answered How could contour integration be represented as a number?
Jul
10
accepted Teaching Introductory Real Analysis
Jul
9
comment Motivating linear algebra for economics students?
Think about Control Theory as the light at the (somewhat) end of the tunnel.
Jul
9
accepted Complex Analysis versus Complex Function Theory
Jul
9
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
9
comment Teaching Introductory Real Analysis
"If a problem involves something that could be thought of as a new idea" - can you be more specific? A lot of the problems just put together different theorems to solve a problem.
Jul
9
asked Teaching Introductory Real Analysis