
Re: Mainstream Mathematics?
Posted:
Jun 11, 2013 5:22 PM


Zeit Geist wrote: > On Tuesday, June 11, 2013 1:57:57 PM UTC7, Norbert_Paul wrote: >> Just a question. >> >> >> >> Is there any classical mainstream mathematician hanging >> >> around in this newsgroup? I am new to this channel and the >> >> postings here are, er..., quite special. Also my killlist >> >> is about to spill over. >> > > There are a few. I would say I'm an amateur mainstream > mathematician. And there are much better ones here. > > What areas are you interested in?
My main topic of interest is topology. Acutally I one question comes into my mind: Why can the fact that "Topology covers catergorical statements that are true or wrong" make topology unsuitable for spatial data modelling? That quotation is an actual reviewer's objection against a research proposal which was then rejected.

