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Student of Computer Science at Czech Technical University in Prague.

In software development since 2001.

I love programming and mathematics.


Jul
10
accepted Can $\sum_i{d(m_i,Pn_i)^2}$ be minimized over $P$ using linear least squares?
Jul
10
comment Can $\sum_i{d(m_i,Pn_i)^2}$ be minimized over $P$ using linear least squares?
Thanks for reply, but still... is my approach correct?
May
18
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
11
asked Can $\sum_i{d(m_i,Pn_i)^2}$ be minimized over $P$ using linear least squares?
Nov
14
comment Can Jacobian be treated as a transform?
Well I did get an answer I wanted so I guess it is not unclear what I am asking.
Nov
14
accepted Can Jacobian be treated as a transform?
Nov
14
asked Can Jacobian be treated as a transform?
Aug
14
awarded  Commentator
Aug
14
comment Expressing these sentences as conditional probability
I actually understand the meaning of the conditional probabilities written. I am just not so sure which one to pick when the sentence is as vague as "Person P is correct 70% of time" because they both seem quite reasonable. Might be that it is just ambiguous?
Aug
14
asked Expressing these sentences as conditional probability
Aug
3
comment A computer's memory is finite, so how can there be languages more powerful than regular?
I know it is slightly OT but I remembered this question math.stackexchange.com/questions/946/…. It might also interest you ;)
Aug
3
comment A computer's memory is finite, so how can there be languages more powerful than regular?
trevorjim.com/c-and-cplusplus-are-not-context-free
Jun
2
awarded  Teacher
Jun
2
answered Is there a great mathematical example for a 12-year-old?
Apr
1
comment Best Fake Proofs? (A M.SE April Fools Day collection)
Interesting, I have a feeling the fallacy may have something to do with Godel's incompleteness theorems, am I close?
Mar
9
awarded  Scholar
Mar
9
accepted Integrating differentials
Mar
9
comment Integrating differentials
No need of the source. I can imagine why it works. But its nice to have the idea of the sequence of the 2 steps you gave me.
Mar
9
comment Integrating differentials
Now if you would just post it as an answer so I can accept it. And if you could find some source of the quote you mentioned it would be great.
Mar
9
comment Integrating differentials
So that means that when the expression is already in the differential form I don't need to multiply right? Because that is exactly the root of the problem I didn't know about :)