Setting and Scene
Lecture theatre, talk during conference of specialism
Speakers, academics, students
Presentation of new work for critique, publication, information of other participants and discussion
Talk with scattered questions, followed by formal Q&A at the end
Proofs are presented as a small narrative, a reconstruction or re-telling of a sort of journey, a present-tense story of a process of understanding always told using the more general ‘we’ rather than ‘I’
We conclude that t->F(u(T,.)) is increasing (temporal)This immediately implies……take two solutions and ram them together in a pointwise way…
The latter again seems to have a spatial/physical aspect to it, as well as suggesting a quite amusingly violent process.
Individual solutions have more structure than sub-solutions.Families of solutions have less structure than families of supersolutions.
No interruptions except short questions for clarification until Q&A, when participants raise hands to ask longer questions