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$1$ : It means "there exists something"

$0$ : It doesnt mean "there exists nothing", instead it means "there exist something but that is nothing"


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Dec
7
asked Is the distance induced by the topology of the set a metric
Dec
7
comment Reference for entropy of the binomial distribution?
$\log_2(n)$ works for all $n$ and $p$. But I dont think it will help you.
Dec
7
answered Reference for entropy of the binomial distribution?
Dec
6
comment Probability flipping a coin
GMAT for such type of question you must first determine your probability space.
Dec
6
comment Probability flipping a coin
@graydad I think exactly twice and not in a row. They are mentioned usually seperately.
Dec
5
answered limit and uniform convergence of sequence of function
Dec
3
revised Hausdorff dimension of a ball
edited title
Dec
3
comment Is MVUE (Minimum Variance Unbiased Estimator) unique in every case?
can you explain what complete/incomplete estimator is? My guess for the sufficient estimator is that it uses the sufficient statistics. Is that what is meant?
Dec
2
comment Expected Value Of a Random Variable X
Okay so the game continues until we get the first hit. It means we have infinitely many possible cases with all having non zero probabilities right? Every event is independent so the probability of current event and the next event dont affect each other. Then what is the probability that we stop right away? what is the probability that we stop for the second time? third time?
Dec
2
comment Expected Value Of a Random Variable X
your own opinions about how to solve this problem. Dont you have any idea?
Dec
2
comment Expected Value Of a Random Variable X
Okay and what do you think about the problem?
Nov
29
comment Unsupervised learning algorithms to detect anomaly in waves.
can you explain the figures? are they all normal obsevations or? In other words what do you call as anomalous observation?
Nov
26
comment Confusions about Radon-Nikodym derivative and dominating measures
dirac measure? is it the reference measure $\psi$ of $\mathrm{d}G/\mathrm{d} \psi$? I came across with this post. mathoverflow.net/questions/130470/…
Nov
26
comment Confusions about Radon-Nikodym derivative and dominating measures
okay. I am talking about the probability measures $G$, whose density functions $g$ are in the set $\mathcal{G}=\{g:D(g,f)\leq \epsilon\}$. If I happen to say that there exists a single $\psi$ to which all $G$ are absolutely continuous. Is there such a dominating measure $\psi$? For example I have $3$ $G$ measures, $G_0,G_1,G_2$ and RN derivatives of all $G_i$, namely $g_i\in \mathcal{G}_i$, $i\in\{0,1,2\}$. Is it possible to have a single measure $\psi$ such that $\mathrm{d}G_i/\mathrm{d}\psi=g_i$ for all $i$? Now if we have uncountably many $G_i$ is there such a single $\psi$?
Nov
26
comment Probability of an event happening while another doesn't
so you dont have replacement right? when you take out one you wont put it back into the bag. Then whenever you will take out one number than you wont have $5$ numbers anymore in the bag but $4$.
Nov
26
comment Multivariate sampling of $F(x_1,…,x_n)$?
@emcor pls see the edit.
Nov
26
revised Multivariate sampling of $F(x_1,…,x_n)$?
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Nov
26
revised $\mathbb R^2$ as a plane
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Nov
25
revised Multivariate sampling of $F(x_1,…,x_n)$?
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Nov
25
answered Multivariate sampling of $F(x_1,…,x_n)$?