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Aug
21
comment Looking for a biholomorphism
You think there is a covering map from $\mathbb{H}_2 \times (\mathbb{R}^+ \cup \{0\}) \rightarrow \mathbb{H}_2 \times S^1$ which is conformal?
Aug
21
comment Looking for a biholomorphism
Yes. I realized that after typing the question. But is there even a one-way conformal map?
Aug
21
comment Looking for a biholomorphism
Ah! Right! So is there even a one-way conformal map?
Aug
21
comment Looking for a biholomorphism
A conformal map from one space to the other whose inverse is also conformal? Possible?
Aug
21
asked Looking for a biholomorphism
Aug
10
asked Who are the mathematicians in US who are working on expander graphs right now?
Aug
2
comment What are the character functions of $\mathbb{Z}_N \times \mathbb{Z}_N$ ?
@QiaochuYuan Thanks And any proof for this? And the $\rho_{( \omega^a, \omega^b )}$ map?
Aug
2
asked What are the character functions of $\mathbb{Z}_N \times \mathbb{Z}_N$ ?
Jul
17
comment How exactly does one define the “spectral measure” of an operator?
Thanks! Any comments about my second point?
Jul
17
asked How exactly does one define the “spectral measure” of an operator?
Jul
17
revised What do we know about rank-2 perturbations?
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Jul
17
asked What do we know about rank-2 perturbations?
Jul
8
comment How does one define the Fourier transform of a probability distribution?
Can you complete the derivation with that interpretation?
Jul
7
asked How does one define the Fourier transform of a probability distribution?
Jul
7
comment Are there two different notions of “conditional probability”?
This problem with the denominator being $0$ also exists with the Kolmogorov definition too, right?
Jul
7
comment Are there two different notions of “conditional probability”?
I never needed to use anything like $P(X)$. All my $P$s are taking events as arguments and never random variables.
Jul
7
comment Are there two different notions of “conditional probability”?
But do you agree that the two equations I wrote above are different? I can't see a way by which one of the two can be cast as another. Its more like my (1) needs (2) to define. But (1) not equal to (2)
Jul
7
asked Are there two different notions of “conditional probability”?
Jun
10
comment A question in combinatorics
Any such sequence.
Jun
10
revised A question in combinatorics
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