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asked Polish spaces and stochastic processes
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accepted proving Orthonormal basis
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accepted Simple question about the definition of Brownian motion
Sep
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asked Approximating by smooth functions with compact support.
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asked Simple question about the definition of Brownian motion
Aug
31
revised proving Orthonormal basis
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asked proving Orthonormal basis
Aug
28
accepted What is the hyperbolic plane equivalent to translation in euclidean space
Aug
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asked What is the hyperbolic plane equivalent to translation in euclidean space
Aug
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accepted Integral over compact boundary is finite in the context of potential function
Aug
10
comment Integral over compact boundary is finite in the context of potential function
Thank you very much! This was a nice idea, which I have to keep in mind. Best Regards.:-)
Aug
9
comment Integral over compact boundary is finite in the context of potential function
I know the definition, but I have not much experience in calculation of integrals over surfaces. Suppose we want to calculate the integral over some domain $\partial\Omega\cap B_{\epsilon}(x_0)$ for some small $\epsilon >0$. Then one would take some coordinate chart $\varphi: U\rightarrow \partial \Omega\cap B_{\epsilon}(x_0)$ and the integral one has to solve should be: $\int_{U}\Vert\varphi(x)-x_0 \Vert^{-n+\frac{3}{2}}dx$. Unfortunately I don't see how this integral is finite....
Aug
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asked Integral over compact boundary is finite in the context of potential function
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accepted A proposition about two sequences
Aug
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accepted why is the spectrum of the schrödinger operator discrete?
Aug
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accepted inner product on matrices with quaternionic entries
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accepted Why is the laplacian positive-definite
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accepted integration over a ball
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accepted Estimate for boundary points and exterior normal vector of bounded domain of class $C^2$
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29
comment Estimate for boundary points and exterior normal vector of bounded domain of class $C^2$
Yes. But $x_0$ is also some arbitrary fixed point on the boundary