Alex Youcis

Berkeley, CA

ayoucis.wordpress.com

Age: 25

I am a second year graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.

My interests are generally in the field of arithmetic geometry. More specifically, I am interested in various aspects of the Langlands program. My advisor is Sug Woo Shin.

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comment Algebraic spaces as locally ringed spaces
@pbelmans Thank you for your comment! I was aware of this actually, and wanted actual locally ringed space. The intuition you gave is roughly the intuition I have as well.
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@AndrewSwann It's 3:14—i.e. another transcription error. :) Thanks again!
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comment Issue with ntheorem and \eqref
@AndrewSwann Oh, sorry! That was an issue in transcription. I'll fix that in an edit. Thanks!
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@Zarko To be honest, I don't know. I am, unfortunately, a very utilitarian user of LaTeX. Much of my preamble is copy and pasted from document to document, and came as part of some code someone else sent me, or that I copied from the internet. Why are the two you mentioned problematic? Thanks for the advice!
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@AndrewSwann Hadn't I already done this? This was one of the things I found when googling this problem, but I thought that \usepackage[amsmath,thmmarks]{ntheorem} fixes the problem?
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@egreg Nope, I figured it out. Thanks so much!!
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@egreg Thanks! It didn't actually seem to fix anything though. :( I have edited the above with how I interpreted your statement (plus what I read in the linked post). Am I doing something wrong still?
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It was no problem! I just made a slight mistake when typing in what you had written. Thanks!
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