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Would be suitable here instead of the deprecated tag; [Dimension of center of k[G]/rad k[G] when characteristic of k divides the order of G](mathoverflow.net/q/358050)? BTW the same question was posted yesterday on Mathematics: [Dimension of center of k[G]/rad k[G] where characteristic of k divides the order of G.](math.stackexchange.com/q/3632646)
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Q: Dimension of center of k[G]/rad k[G] when characteristic of k divides the order of G

Sudarshan NarasimhanLet G be a finite group and consider k[G] where k is a field. In the scenario where char(k) divides |G|, how can one show that the dimension of Z(k[G]/rad k[G]) is strictly less than dimension of Z(k[G])? I'm trying to use this to show that in the case where char(k) divides |G|, the number of si...

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Q: Dimension of center of k[G]/rad k[G] where characteristic of k divides the order of G.

Sudarshan NarasimhanLet G be a finite group and consider k[G] where k is a field. In the scenario where char(k) divides |G|, how can one show that the dimension of Z(k[G]/rad k[G]) is strictly less than dimension of Z(k[G])? I'm trying to use this to show that in the case where char(k) divides |G|, the number of si...

 
 
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Q: How to prove some identities about infinite product?

Jacob.Z.LeeRecently , I read one paper titled Modular equations and approximations to π by Ramanujan, in which there are some formulas for $q=\pi i \tau$( where $\tau=x+yi, y>0$, hence $|q|<1)$ : $$\prod_{n=1}^\infty\left(1+q^{2n-1}\right)=2^{\frac{1}{6}} q^{\frac{1}{24}}(kk')^{-\frac{1}{12}} ~~~ (1)$$ ...

 
 
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7:15 AM
These queries should approximate list of tag creators. (It should show the first occurrence of the tag, but it does not find it if the question where the tag was created has already been deleted. At least for the recently created tags, most often this should be the user who created tag.)
Recently created tags: main, meta.
Most frequent tag creators: main, meta.
Recent edits in the tag-wikis/tag-excerpts are also useful information for people who care about tags.
Recent tag-info edits: main, meta.
Most frequent tag-info editors: main, meta.
As a side not, I should try to find time and check those tag-wikis which were plagiarized (without any attribution). Maybe most of them have been edited in the meantime.
 
 
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8:30 AM
Perhaps the automated transformation would be less straightforward for links not to articles but to searches, authors, categories, etc. But probably there isn't too many of them here are a few examples. — Martin Sleziak 32 secs ago
Those are posts with links containing front.math.ucdavis.edu/search.
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A: Sum of Series Where Exponent is Sum of Arithmetic Progression

john mangualI think you can get it from the Jacobi triple product identity \[ \prod_{m=1}^\infty (1-x^{2m})(1-x^{2m-1}y^2)(1+x^{2m-1}y^{-2}) = \sum_{n=-\infty}^\infty x^{n^2}y^{2n} \] We can set $x = q^{1/2}, y = q^{1/2}$. \[ \prod_{m=1}^\infty (1-q^{m})(1-q^{m+\frac{1}{2}})(1+q^{m-\frac{3}{2}}) = \sum_{n=...

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Allen KnutsonI'd say it's closer to an oriented manifold with corners (corners happening where the divisor is singular), or even that times a coefficient. In these papers Khesin, Rosly, and later Thomas build a homology theory based on this analogy.

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Igor BelegradekI understand the OP is frustrated with tight job market and those are valid concerns, but his/her description of the geometric analysis as a shallow subject is ridiculous. Parts of geometric analysis certainly attract top people and have seen remarkable recent progress. How a new Ph.D. could fai...

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Igor BelegradekFor details I recommend looking at the papers of Yagasaki on arxiv especially this paper. Let me answer 1. Consider be the diffeomorphism group of $\mathbb R^2$ that fixes $0$ and acts as the identity at the tangent space to $0$. The group acts on your space of embeddings by postcomposition. B...

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9:35 AM
@MartinSleziak Now I noticed that MO has tag too. That one could be suitable for that question, too. mathoverflow.net/posts/358050/revisions
 
 
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12:56 PM
I wanted to add a link to the paper cited in this question: Kazhdan Property T of semisimple Lie groups Google returns projecteuclid link - which is behind a paywall. And also this link.
I am not sure whether it should be added, as I am not familiar with the website "semanticscholar.org". (I do not know how reliable it is.)
 
 
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Q: Dimension of center of $k[G]/\mathrm{rad}k[G]$ when characteristic of $k$ divides the order of $G$

Sudarshan NarasimhanLet $G$ be a finite group and consider $k[G]$ where $k$ is a field. In the scenario where $\mathrm{char}(k)$ divides $|G|$, how can one show that the dimension of $Z(k[G]/\operatorname{rad}k[G])$ is strictly less than dimension of $Z(k[G])$? I'm trying to use this to show that in the case where ...

 

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