# Seyhmus Güngören

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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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 Feb20 revised How to evaluate this integral $\int_0^{\frac{\pi}{2}}(\ln(\tan x))^2dx$? added 3 characters in body; edited title Feb20 revised Solving integral equation of an exponential sum added 1 characters in body Feb20 revised Solving integral equation of an exponential sum added 1 characters in body Feb20 comment Solving integral equation of an exponential sum Meanwhile i suggest you to accept the answers given to your questions if they provide a solution. You asked $33$ questions and $23$ of them have at least one answer and you accepted only one of them, which seems abnormal. Feb20 answered Solving integral equation of an exponential sum Feb19 comment Solving integral equation of an exponential sum what about $g(x)$, no conditions on it? Feb17 answered Are these two expressions equal to each other? Feb16 comment MATLab help involving Linear Algebra. it doesnt matter in this case if you are good with matlab or not. sum(A') is just summing the rows or columns of the transpose of the matrix A. So if you multiply a matrix with a vector of ones then this is the same with b=sum(A'), thats all. Feb16 comment MATLab help involving Linear Algebra. do you know how matrix multiplication works? Feb16 comment In Bayesian approaches, comparing the approximated distribution and the true distribution No matter what distribution you have as long as they are of same dimensionality you can calculate the Hellinger distance. You can also argue why it makes sense to have different distributions. Feb16 comment In Bayesian approaches, comparing the approximated distribution and the true distribution Isnt your true Gaussian distribution also high-dimensional? It is usually very difficult to get $0$ by Hellinger distance. Feb16 comment Conditional Variance of a Random Variable? I see for this version of the solution I dont see a mistake. Feb16 answered In Bayesian approaches, comparing the approximated distribution and the true distribution Feb16 comment In Bayesian approaches, comparing the approximated distribution and the true distribution so you wanna measure the divergence between two distributions and you need a metric for that? Feb16 comment Conditional Variance of a Random Variable? I dont see any problem with your calculations. Why are you not confident? Feb15 comment How to calculate relative error when true value is zero? you need a maximum for that.. Feb8 revised Solving $1$ equation with $1$ unknown with simulations or analytically added 129 characters in body Feb8 revised Jacobian of Fourier Transformation edited body Feb8 answered Jacobian of Fourier Transformation Feb8 revised Solving $1$ equation with $1$ unknown with simulations or analytically edited body