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Nov
29
awarded  Scholar
Nov
29
accepted Generalized Mechanism Design, Stanley Reiter diagram and Vickrey Auction
Nov
19
awarded  Student
Nov
19
asked Generalized Mechanism Design, Stanley Reiter diagram and Vickrey Auction
Aug
4
awarded  Supporter
Aug
4
revised Definition of Rudin-Keisler ordering
minor latex typesetting
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Definition of Rudin-Keisler ordering
Aug
4
revised Help understanding $x=y\Rightarrow(x=z\Rightarrow y=z)$
minor latex typesetting
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Help understanding $x=y\Rightarrow(x=z\Rightarrow y=z)$
Aug
4
revised Prove correctness for this lcm iterative program
minor latex typesetting
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Prove correctness for this lcm iterative program
Aug
4
revised Is it possible to generate an $M$-order Hilbert Curve without consuming $O(M^2)$ memory?
minor latex typesetting
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Is it possible to generate an $M$-order Hilbert Curve without consuming $O(M^2)$ memory?
Aug
4
revised Ways to place n non-attacking rooks on an $n^2$ square board.
some minor latex typesetting
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Ways to place n non-attacking rooks on an $n^2$ square board.
Jul
9
awarded  Custodian
Jul
9
comment How prove this $\frac{2}{\pi}\int_{x}^{px}\left(\frac{\sin{t}}{t}\right)^2\,\mathrm dt\le 1-\dfrac{1}{p}$ for $p >1, x\ge0$
What if we do like -- ? $$\int_{x}^{px}\left(\frac{\sin t}{t}\right)^2 dt = -\dfrac{1}{4}\int_{x}^{px}\dfrac{1}{t^2}(e^{2jt} + e^{-2jt} - 2) \, dt$$ I am not sure if it could end up in a simpler derivation, just an idea.
Jun
26
revised How to find the number of ordered pairs (A,B), where A and B are subsets of S and A is a proper subset of B.
improved formatting
Jun
26
awarded  Editor
Jun
26
suggested suggested edit on How to find the number of ordered pairs (A,B), where A and B are subsets of S and A is a proper subset of B.