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Feb
11
asked convolution square root of uniform distribution
Feb
11
comment numerical integration for N datapoints
Huh, never heard of Romberg integration before, thanks... What if h is fixed (i.e. velocity measurements made once every N milliseconds) rather than something that can be increased adaptively?
Feb
11
comment numerical integration for N datapoints
Well, I understand that part when N is small (I guess it's kind of like windowing functions in FFTs), but not when N is large.
Feb
11
asked numerical integration for N datapoints
Sep
15
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
21
comment closed-form expressions for product of 3n+k where k = 1 or 2
yes, I know. Read the Wolfram Alpha link. The gamma function expressions involve gamma(n+4/3) or gamma(n+5/3) which are not integer factorials.
Jul
21
asked closed-form expressions for product of 3n+k where k = 1 or 2
Jul
20
awarded  Yearling
Apr
5
comment constructing “pseudonoise” sequences other than (2^n)-1? (low cyclical autocorrelation)
hmm, looks like there's a lot of research on this: signalslab.marstu.net/?page_id=1769
Apr
5
asked constructing “pseudonoise” sequences other than (2^n)-1? (low cyclical autocorrelation)
Mar
7
comment How can adding an infinite number of rationals yield an irrational number?
Infinite sums have meaning, sure. But I have a finite lifetime, and each addition step takes a finite time -- therefore I cannot add infinitely many numbers. Neither can a computer, by the same reasoning. However I can use reasoning in some cases to compute the limit of an infinite sum (as could a computer in some other cases, with sufficient programming). The difference may be a bit pedantic, but this is mathematics, after all.
Feb
24
awarded  Taxonomist
Dec
26
comment how to distribute n red and m blue balls in some containers to maximize probability of random picking a red one from them?
off-topic. Best fit is probably math.stackexchange (NOT mathoverflow.net)
Oct
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
21
awarded  Yearling
Jun
22
accepted order-independent accumulator operations?
May
2
comment order-independent accumulator operations?
That's reasonable. I was going to put only + and XOR in my original post, but the context for this is an "accumulator" where you start with a = 0 and keep applying a = f(a,x) for some function/operation f. The functions f(a,x) = a+x, f(a,x) = a^x, and f(a,x) = a-x were the only ones I could think of where the order didn't matter.
May
2
comment order-independent accumulator operations?
cool! your constructive approach in the first paragraph is interesting, although in a practical sense, you'd have to be mapping back and forth between regular integers and permuted sets of integers. (which I suppose explains your "tongue-in-cheek" comment)
May
2
comment order-independent accumulator operations?
0 - a - b - c - d = 0 - b - c - a - d