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May
31
comment Holder's inequality/Cauchy-Schwartz for Bregman Divergence?
Good point. If F is strongly convex (equivalently F* is smooth) we should be able to get it. But still have not written it in a clean form.
May
30
revised Holder's inequality/Cauchy-Schwartz for Bregman Divergence?
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May
30
revised Holder's inequality/Cauchy-Schwartz for Bregman Divergence?
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May
29
asked Holder's inequality/Cauchy-Schwartz for Bregman Divergence?
May
25
asked Deriving Dual Averaging from (Sub)gradient Descent
May
18
revised Smooth approximation of maximum using softmax?
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May
17
revised Closed form for sequence: $\sum_{j=1}^k 2^j j^{1/2}$
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May
17
asked Closed form for sequence: $\sum_{j=1}^k 2^j j^{1/2}$
May
5
revised Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
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May
5
comment Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
@AlgebraicPavel I literally do whatever you just suggested. But is it the best way we can do this? I want to get rid of the inversion D^-0.5
May
5
comment Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
@AlgebraicPavel Ah I had this. Mistakenly removed. Added PSD to the definition.
May
5
revised Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
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May
5
comment Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
Sorry for confusion. Suppose $A$ is invertible. I corrected the definition.
May
5
revised Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
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May
5
asked Finding $Q$ for any $A$ s.t. $QAQ^\top = I$
May
4
accepted Approximation of combination $ {n \choose k} = \Theta \left( n^k \right) $?
May
3
revised Approximation of combination $ {n \choose k} = \Theta \left( n^k \right) $?
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May
3
comment Approximation of combination $ {n \choose k} = \Theta \left( n^k \right) $?
Thanks. Let's assume that it is fixed. I added to the question. Could you give hints on the proof?
May
3
asked Approximation of combination $ {n \choose k} = \Theta \left( n^k \right) $?
Apr
20
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