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comment Expected value of minimum distance
I need some time to understand this but accepting it for now. Thanks for answering.
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@Yury, Wow. Can you please post this as an answer with little more explanations?
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comment Expected value of minimum distance
@Yury, I think we can assume only $n > m$ not $n >> m$. But if this somehow simplifies solution, you are welcome: solution to some similar problem is better than no solution at all.
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comment Expected value of minimum distance
@mike, thanks. reading about order stats now, seems relevant.
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comment Expected value of minimum distance
@Henry, yes integers are not necessarily distinct
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comment Expected value of minimum distance
@Yury, closed form is preferable
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comment Expected value of minimum distance
@user1551, fixed, thanks for pointing.
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comment Expected value of minimum distance
@tohecz, hmm.. good point. I'm not sure, but for now I think mean value of $x$ (as a function of $m$ and $n$) will be enough.
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accepted What numerical methods can solve $\sin(x) + \sin(y) = \sin(xy)$
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comment What numerical methods can solve $\sin(x) + \sin(y) = \sin(xy)$
it seems that this method is somehow similar to the second method suggested by Robert Israel. thanks for your answer, it gives some perspective from analytical viewpoint.
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comment What numerical methods can solve $\sin(x) + \sin(y) = \sin(xy)$
@lhf, great links! (definitely I need to understand interval arithmetic)
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comment What numerical methods can solve $\sin(x) + \sin(y) = \sin(xy)$
@J. M.: thanks, it seems quite useful (but first I need to read hundred of pages to understand interval arithmetic). I wish I could accept your answer.
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comment What numerical methods can solve $\sin(x) + \sin(y) = \sin(xy)$
sorry, but I don't see how this answers my question. As I understand you are trying to represent original equation in parametric form by comparing two Taylor expansions. But wolframalpha draws something completely different for resulting equation.