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 May 21 comment Multiplication and Division of functions @iostream007 can you please point me to a textbook or online lecture notes? May 15 comment How should we study maths? Depends on what you need/want to do and how soon. If for work and you need to know something ASAP - then any means nessacary. May 15 asked Multiplication and Division of functions Dec 31 awarded Benefactor Dec 31 awarded Scholar Dec 31 accepted Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation Dec 30 awarded Commentator Dec 30 comment Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation is that the same as $$f_X \left( x \right) = f_Y \left( T \left( x \right) \right) t \left( \left. x \right) \right.$$ in the other notation? Dec 30 comment Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation thanks. I have been using trail and error for the Latex. Dec 28 comment Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation okay I'll try that one. Thank you. Dec 27 comment Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation I deem this as the best answer so far. Thanks. I am still trying to understand the "relation between two densities" reference. I will try again tomorrow with a fresh head. I will also try to find it on Wolfram Mathworld - I have previously come across misinformation on with Wikipedia. Dec 27 comment Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation Has saradi's answer been voted down? Why? Dec 27 comment The difference between $L_1$ and $L_2$ norm? @Carlos, I don't know. Dec 26 answered The difference between $L_1$ and $L_2$ norm? Dec 26 comment Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation I have started a bounty. If the question gets more up-votes, I will increase the bounty because I will have more reputation to give. Each up-vote gives me 5 points and the next bounty increment is an increase by 50 points. Therefore, if I get ~10 up votes, I will increase the bounty to 100 points. With even more up-votes, I will make a greater bounty. Dec 26 awarded Promoter Dec 24 revised Studying Math, All Over Again Added a personal experience. Dec 24 answered Studying Math, All Over Again Dec 24 awarded Teacher Dec 24 answered Forecasting Lottery