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comment solution of first order differential equation and maximal interval
@Amzoti Are you sure that $c$ could be equal to zero? In this case $\frac{2}{x_0}=0$ yields $2=0$
Jan
29
comment $\arctan$ relation
But what about the other relations!
Jan
29
asked $\arctan$ relation
Jan
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comment Cubic equation (polynomial)
I am curious to know in which conditions we have two reals roots of opposite signs?
Jan
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asked Maximal distance of a segment
Jan
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comment Construction of Wiener Process using integral of covariance multiplied by a function
What is your reference
Jan
11
comment Kuhn-Tucker's Conditions for optimization problem with non linear inequalities constraints
Thank very much for your advise. By the way, how to choose beatween maximum and minimum.
Jan
11
comment Kuhn-Tucker's Conditions for optimization problem with non linear inequalities constraints
I am wondering if it is possible to write the expression of $f(x,y,z,t)$ in the form of sum of positive functions
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revised Confusion about Theorem structure of Structure theorem for Gaussian measures
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revised Confusion about Theorem structure of Structure theorem for Gaussian measures
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Dec
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comment Equivalent definitions of Fourier transform of a measure
As far as I know, element of $\mathscr S'$ is called tempered distribution not a measure which related to measurable space.
Dec
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comment $\ell^p\subset\ell^q$ if $1<p<q<\infty$
See here math.stackexchange.com/questions/4094/…
Dec
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comment Interchanging Malliavin derivative with Lebesgue integral
$D_t\int_0^T u(s)\,ds = \int_0^T D_tu(s)\,ds$
Nov
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comment Easy ways to remember trigonometric identities
Look here math.stackexchange.com/questions/193387/chebyshev-polynomials
Nov
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comment Interchanging Malliavin derivative with Lebesgue integral
As $D_t$ is a derivative, $D_t$ is linear operator on $\mathbb D_{1,2}$ and $D_t[u^2(s)]= 2 u(s) D_t[u(s)]$.
Nov
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