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Mar
18
awarded  Curious
Mar
17
accepted system of equations with $n$ equations and $2^k n$ unknowns
Mar
17
comment system of equations with $n$ equations and $2^k n$ unknowns
So the dimension of the solution space is $(2^k-1)n$ then?
Mar
17
asked system of equations with $n$ equations and $2^k n$ unknowns
Mar
16
accepted Functions in $L^p$ spaces
Mar
16
comment Functions in $L^p$ spaces
aha sure.. I was trying identically the same function as you but $1/x$, so it didn't work. I see I see! thanks a lot!
Mar
16
revised Functions in $L^p$ spaces
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Mar
16
asked Functions in $L^p$ spaces
May
8
awarded  Scholar
May
8
accepted Fréchet derivative, is this true?
May
7
comment Fréchet derivative, is this true?
Here when you write $D_n$ you mean $D_nf := D\pi_n f$ right? and you need that this sequence is in $\ell^2$, I imagined something like that. Is there any closer expression for this term $E_n(h)$? Thank you very much!
May
7
comment Fréchet derivative, is this true?
In that case we should add one more condition :) namely, that the Fréchet derivative is in addition bounded. Would that be enough? I also have the impression that one should have something like $\{D(\pi_nf)\}_{n\geq 0}\in \ell_1(\mathbb{N},L(H_2,\mathbb{R}))$, i.e. that the sequence is summable or something..
May
7
awarded  Editor
May
7
revised Fréchet derivative, is this true?
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May
7
asked Fréchet derivative, is this true?
Mar
8
awarded  Teacher
Jan
28
answered Is the event $\{\max\{X_1,X_2\}=X_2\}$ measurable with respect to $\sigma(\max\{X_1,X_2\})$?
Jan
28
awarded  Supporter
Jan
22
asked Markov chain, enter time
Jan
21
answered Inequalities of expectations