Best wishes,

Maria

Is it OK if we turn this proof into a math problem in our state competition in Brazil?

Of course, we will credit the proof as yours (or as your camp’s, you choose). ]]>

How do you measure “depth” of a mathematical field?

It often boils down to measuring the height of the wall of definitions, which prevents many from enjoying mathematics on the other side of the wall.

Be well,

Alexander

]]>Thanks for the feedback on the definitions of K(X), this was my first time writing about it and you’re right, I’m implicitly using the fact that X is smooth and proper in the case of the Grassmannian here.

]]>Why are you using genomic tableaux, which are for computing T-equivariant K-theory, instead of just Buch’s set-valued tableaux (for ordinary K-theory)? I didn’t see that you were doing anything involving T-equivariance.

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