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Feb
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answered What does positive definite matrix mean?
Feb
25
comment Finding the transition probability matrix, two switches either on or off..
@joriki: Huh! Corrected again...
Feb
25
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Feb
25
comment Finding the transition probability matrix, two switches either on or off..
Thanks @joriki. The answer now seems a bit intuitive too, given the transition probabilities.
Feb
25
revised Finding the transition probability matrix, two switches either on or off..
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Feb
25
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Feb
25
answered Finding the transition probability matrix, two switches either on or off..
Feb
24
answered Integral Sign with indicator function and random variable
Feb
24
answered Prove that $ 1 + \dfrac{1}{2} + \dfrac{1}{3} + \cdots + \dfrac{1}{n} = \mathcal{O}(\log(n)) $.
Feb
19
revised A question dealing with the convexity of functions involving the absolute value
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Feb
19
answered Define a $2 \times 2$ matrix that is the lower $2 \times 2$ block in $A$ (Matlab)
Feb
19
answered A measure which is not continuous from above
Feb
19
revised Values of $a$ for which $(a+4)x^2-2ax+2a-6 <0$ for all $x \in R$
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Feb
19
comment Values of $a$ for which $(a+4)x^2-2ax+2a-6 <0$ for all $x \in R$
@Sachin: Could you please accept the answers to your earlier questions by clicking the tick sign underneath the vote?
Feb
19
answered Values of $a$ for which $(a+4)x^2-2ax+2a-6 <0$ for all $x \in R$
Feb
19
comment Cobb-Douglas utility function
It means if you allocate 0.6 of your time on $X$ and 0.4 on $Y$, then your utility is linear in $(X,Y)$.
Feb
19
answered Uniform random variable problem
Feb
19
comment Cobb-Douglas utility function
No, you are normalising utilities of different proportions using $U(1-\alpha,\alpha)$. To understand why $U(1-\alpha,\alpha)$ acts as some benchmark, we will need more context and the details of where you came across this.
Feb
19
answered order of integration and Fubini's theorem
Feb
19
answered A question dealing with the convexity of functions involving the absolute value