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Dec
28
comment Can someone explain Gödel's incompleteness theorems in layman terms?
Given you have recommended some books on the abuse of the theorems, aren't you doing the same by applying them to all axiomatic systems? Isn't the incompleteness theorem only apply to theories where: 1) axioms are recursively enumerable. 2) The theory capable of supporting elementary arithmetic?
Nov
19
asked The assertion of a compound function is equal to the assertions of its subs.
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asked If vs Iff - concise explanation
Oct
12
comment How to interpret the result of correlation between two discrete signals
@Anatoly, I though asking the question here, but decided to create a new question ( math.stackexchange.com/questions/1477135) to provide more details.
Oct
12
comment Is the sum of all cross-correlation samples representative of target existence likelihood?
@MiceElf I wish I knew what these broader subject are? Feel free to edit the tags...
Oct
12
asked Is the sum of all cross-correlation samples representative of target existence likelihood?
May
14
comment Tangent of a sine - can it disprove the marginal value theorem?
@ChristianBlatter the only real mathematical question here is whether a scaled sine will yield the same tangent points. The marginal value theorem is a theorem and has been demonstrated in other walks of life, such as online user behaviour (the time users spend on a site correlates to the time they assume it will take them to find the information elsewhere, as the MVT predict).
May
14
comment Tangent of a sine - can it disprove the marginal value theorem?
@WillieWong Divide by 4 means instead of y=sin(x) you have y = sin(x)/4. As for your other points - it makes perfect sense; yet it is possible that on one patch the curve will look like this, but on another patch the food is much sparser - in turn, this will scale down the curve, and one possibility is that the tangent will still yield the same optimal time. So two patches, the second twice as sparse as the first, yet the optimal time is the same - doesn't seem to follow.
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asked Tangent of a sine - can it disprove the marginal value theorem?
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asked What is the chance a random set of length L will be repeat itself in a random set of length M, where each number has X possible values?
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