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 Mar20 awarded Curious Aug6 accepted Evaluating $\int e^{-(t-k)^2} dt$, where $k$ is a constant Jun20 comment Evaluating $\int e^{-(t-k)^2} dt$, where $k$ is a constant All I wanted to know the effect of constant $k$ in the final result. Once I make substitutions in (3), I am effectively removing the constant Jun20 revised Evaluating $\int e^{-(t-k)^2} dt$, where $k$ is a constant added 104 characters in body Jun20 asked Evaluating $\int e^{-(t-k)^2} dt$, where $k$ is a constant May11 asked Integration of $\sin(x)e^{-x^2}$ May11 revised Finding relation between $\omega$ and scaling coefficient of mexican hat wavelet edited tags May10 asked Finding relation between $\omega$ and scaling coefficient of mexican hat wavelet Jun28 comment Hausdorff Distance between “Pure Black” and “Pure White” images So for example, if the images that I use have a dimension of 100x100, can I take the infimum as 10000 since number of elements here cannot exceed 100x100? I mean for the purpose of programming. Jun28 accepted Hausdorff Distance between “Pure Black” and “Pure White” images Jun28 comment Hausdorff Distance between “Pure Black” and “Pure White” images Thanks for the reply. Now I have to figure out how to implement this in my program. Jun28 revised Hausdorff Distance between “Pure Black” and “Pure White” images edited title Jun28 asked Hausdorff Distance between “Pure Black” and “Pure White” images May21 accepted Can cube be a Cross-polytope? Apr24 revised Can cube be a Cross-polytope? edited body; edited title Apr24 asked Can cube be a Cross-polytope? Mar13 accepted How is Hausdorff Distance sensitive to position? Mar13 awarded Supporter Mar13 comment How is Hausdorff Distance sensitive to position? @Thomas E, "Sensitive to position" is exactly what I am not understanding. According to the link in my question, it says that Hausdorff Distance is sensitive to position and they show it by drawing circles enclosing the polygons with radius equal to the Hausdorff distance between the polygons. They show two figures where in the dimension of the polygons remain same but their positions are changed and the radius of the enclosing circles are different in the figures. This, they suggest is the proof for Hausdorff distance being sensitive to position, which i am unable to understand. Mar12 asked How is Hausdorff Distance sensitive to position?