- A new book: the representation theory of finite monoids
- The uniform word problem for finite semigroups
- The first order theory of two endomorphisms of a finite dimensional vector space is undecidable
- Equalizers of free monoid morphisms, supports of rational power series and a question of Pin
- Isomorphism of oriented matroids from a semigroup viewpoint
Tag Archives: Math
The goal of this post is to prove the following theorem of Gurevich. Stronger results have been proven by Mark Sapir and can be found in his survey with Olga Kharlampovich. The version stated here lets one prove the results … Continue reading
I was asked by Melvvyn Nathanson to give a talk last year at his summer number theory seminar at the CUNY grad center about problems of wild type and in what sense they are wild. Many books, papers and lecture … Continue reading
This is in some sense a sequel to this post. Basically, I want to show that the somewhat awkward, in my opinion, definition of isomorphism of oriented matroids found, for example, here can be interpreted as isomorphism of underlying unary … Continue reading
Hyperplane face semigroups have attracted interest in recent years due to applications to Markov chains, descent algebras and buildings. Here I’ll describe an alternative way to think about hyperplane face semigroups from the zonotope view point.
This is my new blog. I’m not sure how often I will get around to posting, but I’ll try to be doing it from time to time.