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seen Aug 17 at 14:22

Aug
23
asked Dimensions of symmetric and skew-symmetric matrices
Aug
8
accepted Computation of $\mathbb{E}[\min(U+W,V+W)]$
Aug
7
revised Computation of $\mathbb{E}[\min(U+W,V+W)]$
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Aug
7
asked Computation of $\mathbb{E}[\min(U+W,V+W)]$
Jul
12
accepted $\chi^2$ test and sampling variance
Jul
10
revised Intuitionistic logic
corrected latex
Jul
10
suggested suggested edit on Intuitionistic logic
Jul
10
awarded  Critic
Jul
10
asked $\chi^2$ test and sampling variance
Jul
8
accepted Transformation of double-integral with $y-x\leq 1$ and $x-y\leq 1$ for probabilities
Jul
7
accepted Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
Jul
7
comment Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
Now it looks comprehensible. Thanks for reviewing this.
Jul
7
comment Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
Sorry, but in the first equation I still cannot see why the $x_j$ from $(2\lambda x_j)$ disappeared (assuming your $\chi$ is my $\textbf 1_A(x)$). I still get a $\left(\prod\limits_{j=1}^nx_j\right)$ term left to be multiplied with the rest.
Jul
7
comment Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
Did i miss something? I thought that $\|x\|=\sqrt{\sum\limits_{j=1}^nx_j^2}$.
Jul
7
comment Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
I have issues following your transformation to the exp function. And could you explain how you define your norm $\|x\|$?
Jul
7
revised Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
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Jul
7
asked Maximum-likelihood estimation for continuous random variable with unknown parameter
Jul
2
awarded  Yearling
Jun
25
comment Induction for sum of Poisson distributed random variables
Oh yep, so close... but it works!
Jun
25
accepted Induction for sum of Poisson distributed random variables