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Mar
18
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
3
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
17
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
26
accepted Matrix calculus for exponential of determinant and trace of exponential
Nov
25
revised Matrix calculus for exponential of determinant and trace of exponential
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Nov
25
revised Matrix calculus for exponential of determinant and trace of exponential
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Nov
25
asked Matrix calculus for exponential of determinant and trace of exponential
Nov
17
accepted Calculus in maximum differential entrophy
Nov
17
asked Calculus in maximum differential entrophy
Nov
15
accepted matrix derivate in minimum error function
Nov
12
revised matrix derivate in minimum error function
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Nov
12
asked matrix derivate in minimum error function
Mar
21
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
10
accepted iff and imply precendence, which is more priveleged
Mar
10
awarded  Custodian
Mar
10
reviewed Approve iff and imply precendence, which is more priveleged
Mar
10
awarded  Commentator
Mar
10
comment iff and imply precendence, which is more priveleged
why A↔C→D means (A↔C)∧(C→D), I cannot understand, do you have some webpage that I can read? thx
Mar
10
comment iff and imply precendence, which is more priveleged
So if they are same precendence. Can I say it should be (A ↔ C) → D?
Mar
10
asked iff and imply precendence, which is more priveleged