Category Archives: Group Theory

deGroot’s Problem

Recently, a lot of blogs (incited by the Everything Seminar) have been talking about the Axiom of Choice and it’s more horrifying implications. Well, I’m going to jump in on the bandwagon and present deGroot’s problem. This is essentially a … Continue reading

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Group Theory and Physics

I’m posting late yet again. I seem to be making a habit of it, hopefully I’ll pull myself together eventually, but I’m going to back off on my goal of a weekly post for a bit. For now, I’m going … Continue reading

Posted in Group Theory, Mathematical Physics | 4 Comments

Invariants and Solving Polynomials

I’m back from Ohio, and ready to get back to the math blogging. Had my preliminary exams (written quals) today, so that should explain the delay in posting. Instead of covering anything I saw at YMC (though I will likely … Continue reading

Posted in Algebraic Geometry, Group Theory | 1 Comment