CC_Azusa

I'm a physics graduate student at the University of Tokyo

 Nov 20 awarded Nice Question Nov 23 accepted A Galois Group Problem Nov 20 accepted Bounding $H_{0}^{1}$ norm Nov 19 awarded Yearling Nov 19 comment Bounding $H_{0}^{1}$ norm@Jose27 I see. I believe $a^{ij}$ should be symmetric, and belong to $L^{\infty}$. Nov 19 comment Bounding $H_{0}^{1}$ norm@Jose27 I don't think Poincare's inequality would work since that requires $1\leq p < n$. In this case, $p=2$, but we don't know anything about $n$. Nov 19 asked Bounding $H_{0}^{1}$ norm Oct 19 comment The set of real points of a variety $V$ is dense in $V$@MattE Thanks Matt, that makes more sense Oct 19 comment The set of real points of a variety $V$ is dense in $V$@MattE I'm currently seraching notations from the book "Algebraic Curves, Algebraic Manifolds and Schemes" by Danilov and Shokurov. Oct 19 comment The set of real points of a variety $V$ is dense in $V$@QiaochuYuan In fact, we don't have such definition in our lecture note (We always have HW assignments like this that contain unknown notations..). However, I guess since $V$ is determined by a prime ideal $P$, does $dim_R(V(R))$ means the kul dimension of $P$ in the ring $\mathbb{R}[x_1,..,x_n]$? Oct 19 revised The set of real points of a variety $V$ is dense in $V$deleted 419 characters in body Oct 19 comment The set of real points of a variety $V$ is dense in $V$Oh yes.. I think I misunderstood the definition of dimension of an algebraic variety. Oct 19 asked The set of real points of a variety $V$ is dense in $V$ May 15 awarded Tumbleweed May 11 accepted Show the norm map is surjective May 11 comment Show the norm map is surjective@DylanMoreland Yeah. I'm stucking here. I believe it couldn't be larger, but I can't see it. May 11 revised Show the norm map is surjectiveadded 14 characters in body May 11 asked Show the norm map is surjective May 10 comment Integrally closed with roots of identityVery smart way to construct the minimal polynomial for $\Lambda$ May 10 accepted Integrally closed with roots of identity