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May
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comment What is the sample rate?
this is not a math question. you should ask at stackoverflow or scicomp.SE
May
7
comment what does function from a set to its power set mean?
what's the difference between your notation of --->, -->, and ->?
May
6
comment Probability Trees
Welcome to math.SE. Can you give us more details? It is not clear what you are asking.
May
5
comment Distribution of Logistic of Normal
which is exactly a logit-normal
May
5
comment Distribution of Logistic of Normal
logit(Y) is X. Check again.
May
5
answered Diagonally dominant matrix for Cholesky?
Apr
30
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Apr
26
comment Curious about a made-up paradox
galton.uchicago.edu/~lalley/Courses/312/RW.pdf
Apr
22
revised can someone explain the proof of russels paradox (barber)?
adding appropriate tag
Apr
22
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Apr
9
comment How to correctly draw logic formation trees?
@MauroALLEGRANZA Good point. I think that's what the "correct" solution diagram is pointing at, so they agree with you. However, I've seen rules where quantifiers is global unless there are parentheses limiting them...
Apr
9
answered How to correctly draw logic formation trees?
Apr
8
comment Classifying Types of Paradoxes: Liar's Paradox, Et Alia
second link is same as the first link...Did you mean to link projecteuclid.org/euclid.bsl/1058448677 ?
Apr
5
comment Trying to solve $A^TA = B$ where $B$ is known
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
Apr
3
revised Distance between line segments of sameline
fixed typos
Apr
3
comment Distance between line segments of sameline
You might want to consider a statistical test to see if they belong to the same line or not, given the appropriate noise model.
Apr
3
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Apr
3
comment Does every subset start with an empty set?
there's no necessary "sequence" nature to subsets. Your question is ambiguous at best.
Apr
1
comment Some statistical (learning) issues
if X is always 0, you won't include it in your statistical analysis, so there's virtually no danger in assuming the correlation matrix is positive definite. (It's always at least positive semi-definite.)
Apr
1
comment Some statistical (learning) issues
as long as $\forall i \;E[X_i] \neq 0$...