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comment Jacobi theta with a matrix
Do you know if the Riemann theta has a similar property? mathworld.wolfram.com/JacobisImaginaryTransformation.html
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comment Jacobi theta with a matrix
This is along the lines of what I was looking for, thanks.
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comment Jacobi theta with a matrix
The eigenvalues of $A$ are necessarily real, but not positive definite, this ruins its applicability doesn't it?
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comment Jacobi theta with a matrix
@Startwearingpurple Exactly. It is a sum over each of the $q$s. I guess this is causing trouble. I'll try and be more explicit, thanks.
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comment Jacobi theta with a matrix
@MarianoSuárez-Alvarez I think so, is it misleading that I doubled up on $i$? I can make it a different letter.
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comment Singular Value Decomposition for Continuous Variables
Thanks for the answer, it's interesting. I have a professor in my dept who works with wavelets and should ask him about this construction.
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comment Singular Value Decomposition for Continuous Variables
Thank you both for your comments! I will look into this idea, as it's a natural extension from the matrix definition.
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comment If yesterday were tomorrow, then today would be Friday.
@user3440448 the answer is identical. If tomorrow were saturday, then today would be friday. In other words, today is sunday.
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