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Jan
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comment why do we use 'non-increasing' instead of decreasing?
I think this is as good for math as the imperial system is for physics : absolutely nonsensical
Dec
28
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Oct
26
comment Asymptotics of binomial coefficients and the entropy function
It is not by chance that taking the sum of independant bernoulli, we converge to the exponentiated entropy of such bernoulli.....
Oct
9
revised why do we use 'non-increasing' instead of decreasing?
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Oct
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Jul
27
comment Counting the number of binary partitions of k elements
interesting equivalent perspective. I was looking for it as well. I wonder if there is not a more radically different interpretation. for instance geometrical : this is the number of separating hyperplanes in R^k
Jul
27
asked Counting the number of binary partitions of k elements
Jun
9
comment rth adjugate matrix and determinant of a sum, in Horn
interesting video on wedge stuff here. youtube.com/watch?v=uINebibjR5I
Jun
9
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Jun
8
comment rth adjugate matrix and determinant of a sum, in Horn
i realize it might be too narrow a question, as this notion does not seem widespread.
Jun
8
comment rth adjugate matrix and determinant of a sum, in Horn
(for the compound matrix, it seems the same is used in wikipedia, which we all agree is the reference ;) ) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compound_matrix
Jun
8
comment rth adjugate matrix and determinant of a sum, in Horn
intesting, would you have a link for the wedge product approach ?
Jun
8
asked rth adjugate matrix and determinant of a sum, in Horn
Apr
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revised why do we use 'non-increasing' instead of decreasing?
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Dec
31
comment lower semicontinuity and closed graph
yeah, i spotted other weird stuff in the article in reference. not to be taken as a reference !
Dec
31
accepted lower semicontinuity and closed graph
Dec
31
asked lower semicontinuity and closed graph
Dec
31
accepted limit inferior and subsequence
Dec
31
comment limit inferior and subsequence
Makes sense. And now that you point at it i remember thinking vaguely the subsequence def was fishy while writing it. Thanks !
Dec
30
revised limit inferior and subsequence
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