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Apr
17
answered How to come up with a probability distribution knowing the mean value?
Mar
24
comment Order-preserving embeddings
@Frank: it might not be true, but if so it's for a different reason (pedro's example didn't have a countable dense subset).
Mar
24
asked Order-preserving embeddings
Mar
9
accepted Existence of a utility function on the reals
Mar
9
comment Existence of a utility function on the reals
@Git: Any function $\mathbb R^n\to\mathbb R$. I don't require computability, continuity, etc...
Mar
9
asked Existence of a utility function on the reals
Mar
5
accepted What motivates the definition of “Periodic” group action
Mar
5
revised What motivates the definition of “Periodic” group action
edited body
Mar
5
accepted What's the “ridge” in Ridge Regression?
Mar
1
asked What's the “ridge” in Ridge Regression?
Jan
29
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
22
asked What motivates the definition of “Periodic” group action
Jan
13
accepted Question about primitive group actions
Jan
13
answered Question about primitive group actions
Dec
29
accepted KL-divergence with zero probability?
Dec
29
accepted Countability of a certain set
Dec
28
asked Countability of a certain set
Dec
23
comment “Optimal Disjoint Decomposition” of a Boolean Lattice Subset?
Set-basis is NP-complete right? Given that what you've described is a more general version, then why would you expect there to be a fast algorithm? (Or are you looking for a faster, yet still super-polynomial solution?)
Dec
23
revised Question about primitive group actions
added 16 characters in body
Dec
22
answered KL-divergence with zero probability?