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revised Expected distance traversed between 2 vertices on probabilistic graph
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asked Expected distance traversed between 2 vertices on probabilistic graph
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revised Global optimum of sum of convex functions
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asked Global optimum of sum of convex functions
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answered Global optimization problem, whats a good approach? Branch and bound method?
Oct
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comment Building a graph from pairwise distances
Cris, I'm sorry, but I don't understand your point. Since I wrote that $d$ is a metric in mathematical sense, it will always be finite. In other words, I can always construct a graph by combining all vertices. Hence, the problem has always a solution.
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revised Building a graph from pairwise distances
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comment Building a graph from pairwise distances
Actually I just want to know if this is a known problem or if there is a field of study for this kind of problem. What would be the complexity of your algorithm? I think it is $O(n^2)$
Oct
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accepted I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
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asked Building a graph from pairwise distances
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comment I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
could you give me a clue on how you got this result? You have a +1 from me.
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revised I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
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revised I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
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revised I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
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revised I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
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revised I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
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comment I need to compute one integral in terms of another integral.
I can do so, but why do you need all this? It's just computation of an integral, nothing more than that. The problem is well defined. There are LOTS of answered posts in this forum just like this one.