Mike Lawrence
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 Aug 17 awarded Popular Question Sep 27 awarded Autobiographer Jul 2 awarded Curious Aug 26 awarded Supporter Aug 26 accepted FFT on circular data? Aug 26 asked FFT on circular data? May 19 awarded Teacher Dec 10 answered Converting between spherical coordinate systems Dec 10 asked Converting between spherical coordinate systems May 18 comment Are these two variants of a stochastic model functionally equivalent? Ah, I hadn't thought of that analogy, but that seems to make it pretty straight forward. May 18 asked Are these two variants of a stochastic model functionally equivalent? Dec 21 comment Can you provide help with interpreting this periodogram? The program collecting the RTs attempts to sample as quickly as possible (then rounds to the nearest millisecond), hence my suspicion that the cyclical phenomenon is simply a manifestation of the polling rate of the usb keyboard. If I knew precisely the Hz value at which those periodogram peaks manifest, I would be able to confirm this suspicion. Dec 20 asked Can you provide help with interpreting this periodogram? Aug 30 awarded Scholar Aug 30 accepted Is there an analytic solution for the density function of this complex random variable? Aug 22 comment Is there an analytic solution for the density function of this complex random variable? @J. Mangaldan: Point taken; I updated the question to include more information about the process and parameters. Aug 22 revised Is there an analytic solution for the density function of this complex random variable? fixed Brown & Heathcote author order Aug 22 revised Is there an analytic solution for the density function of this complex random variable? replaced the phrase "whose tangent is equal to" with "whose derivative is equal to" because tangent implies both slope and intercept whereas I meant to imply only slope (the intercept is already defined to be zero). Aug 21 revised Is there an analytic solution for the density function of this complex random variable? fixed an error in the equation for $g(t)$ where the last terms were $h(t)dt$ but should be $h(s)ds$ Aug 21 awarded Editor