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Oct
15
accepted Orthogonal direct sum decomposition and projections
Oct
15
asked Orthogonal direct sum decomposition and projections
Oct
13
comment Orthogonal projections onto non-orthogonal subspaces?
Ah, I see. Thanks for clearing that up. But I guess a follow-up question would be: is there an easy way to see how to construct such a projection? I guess it's not so obvious...
Oct
12
accepted Orthogonal projections onto non-orthogonal subspaces?
Oct
11
asked Orthogonal projections onto non-orthogonal subspaces?
Oct
2
accepted Eigenspace decomposition and nilpotent operators
Oct
1
asked Eigenspace decomposition and nilpotent operators
Sep
3
comment Understanding an application of Fubini's theorem
Oh, wow. That was obvious in hindsight. Thanks for clearing things up!
Sep
3
accepted Understanding an application of Fubini's theorem
Sep
2
comment Understanding an application of Fubini's theorem
@DilipSarwate: Exactly. I'm trying to get an explanation of what's going on there. Maybe it's too elementary, but any pointers would be appreciated...
Sep
2
revised Understanding an application of Fubini's theorem
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Sep
2
comment Understanding an application of Fubini's theorem
@MattB. Sorry, I should've clarified. I get that part where the RHS term equals 1. It's the equality between the LHS and RHS which is confusing to me.
Sep
2
asked Understanding an application of Fubini's theorem
Aug
20
revised Simple conditional probability inequality
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Aug
20
asked Simple conditional probability inequality
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
10
accepted Technicality: convergent sequence is preserved by continuous map
Jun
10
comment Technicality: convergent sequence is preserved by continuous map
Ah, I see. I had a hunch that's what was happening. So if there were not some point satisfying that, then the statement would be vacuously true. In other words, if those points did not exist, then the function would be "trivially" continuous?
Jun
10
asked Technicality: convergent sequence is preserved by continuous map
May
30
accepted A Lebesgue number of an open cover of a subset