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revised When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Fixed broken sentence due to previous edit.
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comment When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Arg! I forgot something essential. $T$ is the lifetime of a website.
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comment When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
@joriki $t$ should no appear as a free variable on both sides. In the full equation, $k$ is used instead of $t$ (I copied it directly from the source).
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revised When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Added context for the problem.
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comment When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Sorry joriki, I was trying too hastily to reduce the math content of the question to a minimum and I guess I completely destroyed the meaning. Thanks for your patience.
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revised When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Damnit. Another mistake.
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comment When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Sorry, that was a typo. Should be fixed now.
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revised When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Fixed typo
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comment When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?
Also, if you know of a good book that deals with these kinds of approximations/identities as well as intricate Lebesgue-Stieltjes integral theory (since so much advanced probability theory uses such integrals), please add that to your answer!
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asked When is it valid to convert a function inside a probability integral to the indicator function?