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Asker Strike! ...SO only with trade

In response to asker oppression and by necessity due to the vote quota, I am on asker strike:

  • No downvotes! I can't afford it anyways on my 5 per upvote wage. The rich answerers have made sure that they start the world with all the advantages at an automatic 10 per upvote salary and that I the low born asker am bullied into submission with downvotes. To be rich in rep is to be able to punish the weak askers.
  • Only questions & answers to my questions will be upvoted!!! I shall only act to assist my oppressed brothers & sisters (and those that help me)!!!! Helpful questions regardless of answers will be primarily upvoted. Answerers who receive checks will also receive upvotes.
  • Votes traded I will upvote answers when I receive a question upvote and upvote questions when I get an upvoted answer.
  • Vote priority If I hit the vote limit, checked answers to my questions will take priority then trades then questions. The six question limit should prevent checked answers to my questions from being relevant, so 34 votes are almost guaranteed available for trade.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZrgxHvNNUc

Credits

thank you divine for the temporal

thank you animals & whoever for language

thank you cro magnons & whoever for math

thank you sumer & whoever for computers

thank you thales & whoever for derivatives

thank you Copernicus, Mill, Friedman, & whoever for the quantity theory of money

thank you amsterdam & whoever for stock exchanges

thank you bell, torvalds, canonical, and whoever for ubuntu

thank you bell & whoever for c++

thank you darpa & whoever for tcp/ip

thank you cern & whoever for http

thank you whoever for gsl

thank you nscp & whoever for ssl, js

thank you whoever for boost

thank you Crockford & whoever for json

thank you whoever for botan

thank you goog for google, ajax, spdy

thank you goog & whoever for chrome

thank you stack for stack

thank you Resig & whoever for jquery

thank you whoever for websockets

thank you Hubbard for flexjson

thank you Wilkinson for json-spirit

thank you Nakamoto & whoever for cryptocurrencies

thank you Rajlich & whoever for java-websocket

thank you Thorson (& whoever?) for websocket++


Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@tabstop Thank you tabstop! Could you please expand in an answer? That was the best I could come up with after thinking about this myself. Thank you so much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@ClaudeLeibovici Thank you for looking again Claude Leibovici! I have edited the data to show those graphs. Thank you very much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
Thank you for trying Ross! It doesn't seem to grow fast enough. I edited the link to show a graph. I apologize for not being clear, but I do not want all derivatives to equal 0; rather, I'd prefer the derivative of the infinite order to be constant. Are you saying that the only way for the infinite order derivative to be constant is for all derivatives to equal 0? Thank you so very much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@ClaudeLeibovici Thank you so much Claude Leibovici! You are correct. I will post it as soon as possible. Please come back and take another look. Thank you so much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@T.Bongers Thank you for looking T. Bongers! I think I mean the infinite order derivative of the function. Does that make more sense? In other words, the infinity-1 order derivative might be x, and the infinity-2 order derivative might be x^2+x. Please bear with me. I simply don't have the skills. Thank-you so very much in advance!
Dec
23
comment Succinct term for final / initial?
If it's not yet named, I like "temporal quotient" since it's usually related to time.
Jul
13
comment Optimizing response times of an ambulance corp: short-term versus average
have you done a map of the simple probabilities for each position relative to favorable outcome? are the bad outcome positions found mostly near clusters?
Jun
9
comment why is the expected value of a Wiener Process = 0?
yep. just realized it's a std normal. ty!
Jun
9
comment why is the expected value of a Wiener Process = 0?
duh. i just looked at the pdf right above too. ty!