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Tame and wild finite subgroups . . .
"... We survey some old and new results about finite subgroups of the Cremona group Crn(k) of birational automorphisms of the projective nspace over a field k. ..."
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We survey some old and new results about finite subgroups of the Cremona group Crn(k) of birational automorphisms of the projective nspace over a field k.
MORAL BOUNDARIES BY TAMING THE WILD
"... This article strives to use the institutional and discursive strategies employed by the Islamic Movement in Israel in the soccer sphere to illustrate wider theoretical arguments about setting boundaries of inclusion and exclusion in the public sphere. The Islamic Movement uses an isolationist strat ..."
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This article strives to use the institutional and discursive strategies employed by the Islamic Movement in Israel in the soccer sphere to illustrate wider theoretical arguments about setting boundaries of inclusion and exclusion in the public sphere. The Islamic Movement uses an isolationist
Vossieck: Tame and wild subspace problems
 Ukrainian Math. Journal
, 1993
"... Assume that B is a finitedimensional algebra over an algebraically closed field k, B a = Speck [B a] is the affme algebraic scheme whose Rpoints are the B  k[Ba]m ~ structures on R a, and Mg is a canonical B  k[Bg]module supported by k [Bg] d. Further, say that an affme subscheme V of Bg is cl ..."
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Bg contains a finite number of classtme puncture straight lines L(d, i) such that for each n, almost each indecomposable Bmodule of dimension n is isomorphic to some Fz~d. ~)(X); furthermore, F aa,, ~ (X) is not isomorphic to F z(t,~} (Y) if ( d, i) ~ (l, j) and X ~ 0. The proof uses a reduction
Wild cyclicbytame extensions
, 807
"... Suppose G is a semidirect product of the form Z/p n ⋊ Z/m where p is prime and m is relatively prime to p. Suppose K is a complete local field of characteristic p> 0. The main result states necessary and sufficient conditions on the ramification filtrations that occur for wildly ramified GGaloi ..."
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Galois extensions of K. In addition, we prove that there exists a parameter space for GGalois extensions of K with given ramification filtration whose dimension depends only on the ramification filtration. We provide explicit equations for wild cyclic extensions of K of degree p 3.
Wild cyclicbytame extensions
"... Suppose G is a semidirect product of the form Z/p n ⋊Z/m where p is prime and m is relatively prime to p. Suppose K is a complete local field of characteristic p> 0 with algebraically closed residue field. The main result states necessary and sufficient conditions on the ramification filtrations ..."
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filtrations that occur for wildly ramified GGalois extensions of K. In addition, we prove that there exists a parameter space for GGalois extensions of K with given ramification filtration, and we calculate its dimension in terms of the ramification filtration. We provide explicit equations for wild cyclic
The familiar stranger: anxiety, comfort, and play in public places
, 2004
"... As humans we live and interact across a wildly diverse set of physical spaces. We each formulate our own personal meaning of place using a myriad of observable cues such as publicprivate, largesmall, daytimenighttime, loudquiet, and crowdedempty. Unsurprisingly, it is the people with which we s ..."
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As humans we live and interact across a wildly diverse set of physical spaces. We each formulate our own personal meaning of place using a myriad of observable cues such as publicprivate, largesmall, daytimenighttime, loudquiet, and crowdedempty. Unsurprisingly, it is the people with which we
Progressing participation: Taming the space between rhetoric and reality
 Children, Youth and Environments
, 2006
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ePublications@SCU is an electronic repository administered by Southern Cross University Library. Its goal is to capture and preserve the intellectual output of Southern Cross University authors and researchers, and to increase visibility and impact through open access to researchers around
Geometry of Tame Tubular Families of Modules
, 1999
"... . Let d be the dimensionvector of a direct sum of modules from a separating tubular family of modules over a tame algebra A. We prove that the affine variety modA (d) of all A modules of dimensionvector d is irreducible, normal and a complete intersection. Introduction The class of finite dimen ..."
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parameter families. The second class is formed by the wild algebras whose representation theory is as complicated as the study of finite dimensional vector spaces together with two noncommuting endomorphisms, for which the classification up to isomorphism is a wellknown unsolved problem. Hence, we can realistically
Algebra automorphism action in the tame case
"... The classic module theory of associative algebras studies the module categories over algebras with fixed algebra structures. Modules are usually studied up conjugation action of the general linear group of the underlying vector space of the module. In [2] we introduced an additional group action on ..."
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equivalence relation can contribute to the understanding of classic module categories in the tame and wild cases, in particular, some parameters of multiparameter families of indecomposable modules can be attributed to this action. Another research direction could be related to a characterization of tame
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