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Tag Archives: Gross
How not to be wrong
I recently finished listening to Jordan’s book “how not to be wrong,” and thought that I would record some of the notes I made. Unlike other reviews, Persiflage will cut through to the key aspects of the book which perhaps … Continue reading
Abelian Spiders
This is a blog post about the thesis of my student Zoey Guo, who is graduating this year. (For a blog post on the thesis of my other student graduating this year, see this.) Let be a finite graph. Associated … Continue reading
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Tagged Abelian Spiders, Chris Smyth, Graph Eigenvalues, Gross, Hironaka, McMullen, Noah Snyder, Scott Morrison, Zoey Guo
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Mysterious Formulae
I’m not one of those mathematicians who is in love with abstraction for its own sake (not that there’s anything wrong with that). I can still be seduced by an explicit example, or even — quell horreur — a definite … Continue reading
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Tagged Ben Howard, Brunier, ChowlaSelberg, Faltings Height, Gross, Kudla, MSRI, Mysterious Formulae, Rapoport, Tonghai Yang, Zagier
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The Artin conjecture is rubbish
Let be a continuous irreducible representation. Artin conjectured that the Lfunction is analytically continues to an entire function on (except for the trivial representation where the is a simple pole at one) and satisfies a functional equation of a precise … Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew Booker, Artin, Cebotarev Density Theorem, Class Number Problem, Goldfeld, GRH, Gross, Jo Dwyer, Langlands, Rubbish, Springer, Stark, Zagier
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Gross Fugue
Here are some variations on the theme of the last post, which is also related to a problem of Dick Gross. In this post, I want to discuss weight one modular forms where the level varies in the “vertical” aspect … Continue reading
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Tagged Dembélé, Gross, modular forms, Schaeffer, Venkatesh, weight one
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Abelian Varieties
Jerry Wang gave a nice talk this week on his generalization of Manjul’s work on pointless hyperelliptic curves to hyperelliptic curves with no points over any field of odd degree (equivalently, is pointless). This work (link here) is joint with … Continue reading
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Tagged Abelian Varieties, Beauville, Bhargava, Bhargavaology, Gross, Jerry Wang
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