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I am a graduate student in the probability group of the mathematics department at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.


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comment Non-Markovian processes bibliography
Can you add more information about what you need this for? What kind of non-Markovian processes are you going to be looking at? What level of introduction do you need?
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awarded  Constituent
Dec
12
reviewed Leave Open consequence of mean value theorem?
Dec
12
reviewed Close Difference between Poisson and Binomial distributions.
Dec
12
reviewed Close iid sums of zero mean rv drops below zero almost surely
Dec
12
reviewed Close Evaluating $\int{\frac{du}{3e^{u}+1}}$
Dec
10
reviewed Close Singularities of $\overline{z}$ (complex conjugate)
Dec
10
reviewed Close What's the distribution of $X = \int^{1}_{0}udB_{u}$?
Dec
10
reviewed Looks OK Dynamical Systems, a question about first order DE asking for an example.
Dec
9
reviewed Close Finding some conditional probabilities in FiveThiryEight's College Football Playoff prediction model
Dec
8
awarded  Caucus
Nov
26
reviewed Leave Open How prove this diophantine equation $x^2+y^2+z^3=n$ always have integer solution
Nov
26
reviewed Close Proving uniqueness of $e$
Nov
19
comment The measure generated by the Cantor staircase and the intersection of the Cantor set with its translate
Sorry, yes I was not reading carefully enough.
Nov
19
comment The measure generated by the Cantor staircase and the intersection of the Cantor set with its translate
Think of the Cantor set as $\sum_{k=1}^\infty \frac{2x_k}{3^k}$ where $x_k \in \{0,1\}$. This identifies the set with the compact group $\mathbb{Z}_2^{\mathbb{N}}$. The Cantor measure is a Haar measure with respect to that group structure.
Nov
19
comment The measure generated by the Cantor staircase and the intersection of the Cantor set with its translate
I think that this is going to depend on $\alpha$. You can work out a partial result from the fact that the Cantor measure is Haar with respect to its natural group structure, though.
Nov
2
reviewed Close proof that p implies q entails not p or q
Oct
29
reviewed Close probability density function question for logs
Oct
29
comment The ito integral is gaussian
The distributional limit normally distributed random variables is (possibly degenerate) normal. See math.stackexchange.com/questions/232540/…
Oct
28
awarded  Enlightened