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Nov
10
comment Orthogonality of mean with the points
I upvoted your answer but accepted martini's answer for its detailed description :-) I hope that is fine.
Nov
10
accepted Orthogonality of mean with the points
Nov
10
comment Orthogonality of mean with the points
@joriki, yes the corresponding vectors.
Nov
10
asked Orthogonality of mean with the points
Oct
25
answered Prove dot product will get maximum
Oct
4
answered How to prove the double sample trick inequality $\frac{1}{2} \Pr[|v_1-p| \geq 2 \epsilon] \leq \Pr[|v_1-v_2| \geq \epsilon]$?
Sep
24
comment Why is $z^T x \le \|x\| \| z \|_*$ for dual norm in $R^n$?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%B6lder%27s_inequality
Aug
9
comment Bilinear Optimization Problem
Derivative of a function always lies in the domain of the function. This means that the derivative of your objective has to be a matrix. If you want to translate this into a vector, then rewrite your objective function in terms of the individual matrix components. Then take derivative w.r.t each component.
Aug
9
comment Bilinear Optimization Problem
for the jacobian, note that $||A||_F = trace(A^{T}A)$. Now, use the matrix cookbook [1], to help get the derivatives. [1] lingpipe-blog.com/2011/02/03/the-matrix-cookbook
Aug
9
comment Bilinear Optimization Problem
Note that , if you fix $E^2$(or $C^2$), you can exactly solve for $C^2$(or $E^2$). You can take an iterative approach to solving this. 1. Initialize $E^2$ arbitrarily 2. Solve for $C^2$, say $C^{'}_2$ 3. Set $C^2$ to $C^{'}_2$ 4. Solve for $E^2$, say $E^{'}_2$ 5. Set $E^2$ to $E^{'}_2$ 6. Goto Step 2
Jul
27
comment Compute $ I_{n}=\int_{-\infty}^\infty \frac{1-\cos x \cos 2x \cdots \cos nx}{x^2}\,dx$
A very interesting question with a very beautiful answer.
Jul
14
comment How do you unify probability (Naive Bayes)?
Do you know Naive Bayes? Did you follow the working that the author of the blog shows in his blog post?
Jul
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
12
answered Find Elementary Matrics E1 and E2 such that $E_2E_1$A = I
Jul
7
comment Please help me for a substitution method to evaluate $\int\frac{dx}{(x+a)^2(x+b)^2}$
@AndréNicolas True. This problem is immediate once you see the substitution $y = c\sin(\theta)$. This substitution always comes with a caveat that $|y/c| \leq 1$. Also, one can notice that $\int 1/(y \sqrt{(c^2 + y^2)})dy = -(1/c)acosech(y/c) + C$, this gives an alternative to solve the intermediate integral. So, one has at least a couple of options to solve the intermediate integral (just have to be careful with the gotcha's like the one you pointed out).
Jul
7
answered Please help me for a substitution method to evaluate $\int\frac{dx}{(x+a)^2(x+b)^2}$
Jun
30
answered Introductory (online) texts on Bayesian Network.
Jun
29
revised How can I prove that $n^7 - n$ is divisible by $42$ for any integer $n$?
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Jun
29
comment How can I prove that $n^7 - n$ is divisible by $42$ for any integer $n$?
Good catch!! :P
Jun
29
answered How can I prove that $n^7 - n$ is divisible by $42$ for any integer $n$?