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accepted Vanishing measure sets and Expectation
Jul
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comment Vanishing measure sets and Expectation
So my guess was right. Thank you very much Henry. I'll have to find an alternative way to prove my result...
Jul
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asked Vanishing measure sets and Expectation
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awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
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asked Function of Determinant convexity via information theoretic methods
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revised Four Variable Data Processing Inequality
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answered Four Variable Data Processing Inequality
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revised Four Variable Data Processing Inequality
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asked Four Variable Data Processing Inequality
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revised Weak continuity of K-L divergence function
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comment Weak continuity of K-L divergence function
Question has been downvoted. Is something wrong?
Jul
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asked Weak continuity of K-L divergence function
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comment Prove that $\frac{x}{y}+\frac{y}{z}+\frac{z}{x} \geq 3$ for $x,y,z>0$
Try AMGM inequality
Jun
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comment $L^{\infty}$ norm
Try Swapping the integral and summation. Does that help you see it?
Jun
28
accepted A Taylor series expansion of $e^{ix}$
Jun
28
comment A Taylor series expansion of $e^{ix}$
Oh, so there was an error in the book. Didn't realize it. Thanks. Good use of induction.
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comment A Taylor series expansion of $e^{ix}$
No. What I am asking is if anyone knows how to derive (2). And note that I mentioned "Taylor Theorem" i.e. I am looking for something like this: $f(z) = f(0) + zf'(0) +... + \frac{z^n}{n!}f^{(n)}(s)$ for some $s \in \mathbb{C}$. I'm not sure how to write it for complex valued functions or if it is true at all.
Jun
28
asked A Taylor series expansion of $e^{ix}$