my notes are very sloppy in general lol you can tell they are /by/ me and /for/ me as I skip everything I remember from last year and carefully explain everything I didn't understand the first time I read it...
whatever gets into the final thesis is going to need a serious revision but I hope I can explain the concepts more clearly by then
Another suggestion is https://g.co/kgs/fktbUb
This one seems to go deeper and (I assume) is more complete as a reference. It uses techniques from sheaf theory.
There is a thread on mathoverflow (https://mathoverflow.net/questions/31395/functions-of-several-complex-variables-book-recommendations) but I ask here anyway in case someone is familiar with the subject
Do you know a book on several complex variables I can use for reference? Basically to check when the rules IRⁿ can be applied to Cⁿ (e.g. Hadamard's lemma apparently holds in Cⁿ)
The proofs being complicated is not a problem as I don't think I will read them; I've been told several complex variables is a tough branch of complex analysis.
I like #blackfriday . I get emails from newsletters I almost forgot to unsubscribe from
https://youtu.be/48QQXpbTlVM I can feel the meme potential in this screenshot
Tbh I think the other day I finally understood how the mind of a researcher works because I was reading about the Finite Determinacy theorem in Singularity theory and my first thought was, "is there something similar for Legendre equivalence?"
A question that is probably answered already but it was like an... Odd moment. I finally got into the mindset our Physics 101 professor talked us about years ago.
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