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Ph.D. student in Israel, Bar Ilan University, computer science department and economics department. Research interests:

  • Fair Division of Land.
  • Compuatational Linguistics.
  • Negotiation Agents.

Recently I wrote a working paper in which I cited several answers that I got from Stack Exchange members. Many thanks to everyone!

Email: erelsgl@gmail.com


Jan
12
comment Shapes bounded only by lines
@TonyK I think you are right, and here is my proof: math.stackexchange.com/a/1099461/29780
Jan
10
accepted Area of set-difference of special sets
Jan
10
answered How to make the Symmetric Distance a metric?
Jan
10
revised Area of set-difference of special sets
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Jan
10
asked Area of set-difference of special sets
Jan
10
comment Formula for a square between two points?
I meant that $P$ and $Q$ are opposite corners, i.e., option (a).
Jan
9
comment Lebesgue measure and area of a set
I think the word for "a set that can be closed in a finite sphere" is "bounded". And the word for it's "edge" is "boundary".
Jan
9
accepted Area of set-difference
Jan
9
comment Area of set-difference
Ah, I see... it is still open. So the answer to both my questions is yes.
Jan
9
asked Formula for a square between two points?
Jan
9
comment Area of set-difference
Yes - a point, a line segment, etc. But is it possible that the difference of two open sets be one of these?
Jan
9
revised Area of set-difference
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Jan
9
comment Area of set-difference
The closure of $X$. Fixed.
Jan
9
asked Area of set-difference
Jan
9
accepted Absolute continuity of two-dimensional measures
Jan
9
accepted Finding the minimum point looks easy with a graph but hard with a formula
Jan
8
revised Proving compactness in a geometric scenario
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Jan
8
comment Proving compactness in a geometric scenario
Yes. And I think that this is topologically equal to the product topology, since it is a finite product. But I am not sure.
Jan
8
asked Proving compactness in a geometric scenario
Jan
8
comment Conditions that guarantee the existence of a largest piece
It is interesting that there are two different metrics that can work. I selected this answer because it is easier for me to work with.