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Feb
17
revised Deriving the process of successfully consumed requests from the process of request-producers and the process of request-consumers
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Feb
17
revised Deriving the process of successfully consumed requests from the process of request-producers and the process of request-consumers
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Feb
17
asked Deriving the process of successfully consumed requests from the process of request-producers and the process of request-consumers
Jan
27
accepted Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
Jan
27
comment Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
OK, now I think I understand... he is treating $r$ which is a probability, like a random variable...
Jan
27
comment Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
You know I have a problem here... Sure you are right, but what about $P(r)$? What does it mean? It is a pdf, well, but here the mean is considered on a continuos r.v. However I would say that $P(r)$ is the number of edges whose $r_{i,j}$ is $r$ (say) on the total number of edges... I cannot figure what P(r) represents...
Jan
27
revised Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
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Jan
27
comment Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
I am providing a link to the paper: repositories.lib.utexas.edu/bitstream/handle/2152/13376/… Please refer to page 11 and you'll find it.
Jan
27
comment Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
ABSOLUTELY sure about this... But if you think this is wrong, please tell me...
Jan
27
comment Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
Thankyou... I was typing fast and did not realize I used gt and lt...
Jan
27
asked Mean of iid random variables, problem understanding a passage in a paper
Nov
21
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
9
accepted Do hashing functions have a probability distribution calculated for their output?
Oct
9
comment Do hashing functions have a probability distribution calculated for their output?
@MJD: I am trying... thanks for you message :)
Oct
9
asked Do hashing functions have a probability distribution calculated for their output?
Jul
11
asked Can parallelism make faster matrix inversion algortihms? How?
Jun
14
accepted Is there any closed-form expression to calculate each element of the inverse of a matrix?
Jun
14
comment Is there any closed-form expression to calculate each element of the inverse of a matrix?
Yeah by closed-form expression I mean a set of rules that involves elementary operations... For example, cofactors are calculated using minors, If I wanted to replace the cofactor term in the relation with an expression, how would it be... What I'd like to reach is a final formula not involving more steps to calculate the final quantity. Maybe it is not possible, just want a confirmation of this if possible.
Jun
14
asked Is there any closed-form expression to calculate each element of the inverse of a matrix?
Jun
4
comment Eigenvalues of a quasi-stochastic matrix
Ah, yeah, thankyou :)