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comment Proof that a continuous function from the unit ball to itself without fixed points implies existence of retract from unit ball to unit sphere
Very nice, thanks :)
Dec
13
accepted Proof that a continuous function from the unit ball to itself without fixed points implies existence of retract from unit ball to unit sphere
Dec
13
revised Proof that a continuous function from the unit ball to itself without fixed points implies existence of retract from unit ball to unit sphere
correction following comment
Dec
13
comment Proof that a continuous function from the unit ball to itself without fixed points implies existence of retract from unit ball to unit sphere
Oh that's a good point, I didn't notice that. I will correct the question. Still no idea how to show $a$ is continuous though.
Dec
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asked Proof that a continuous function from the unit ball to itself without fixed points implies existence of retract from unit ball to unit sphere
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comment Help understanding a proof of non-differentiablity of Brownian motion
Thanks for the reply! I corrected the $2n$ to $2^{n}$ typos, funny how I managed to not notice it every single time (probably a lot of copy paste involved).
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accepted Help understanding a proof of non-differentiablity of Brownian motion
Oct
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revised Help understanding a proof of non-differentiablity of Brownian motion
Correct $2n$ to $2^{n}$ in several places
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asked Help understanding a proof of non-differentiablity of Brownian motion
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accepted Condition for independence of two scalar real valued random variables
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asked Condition for independence of two scalar real valued random variables
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asked Question regarding a non-standard formulation of the SVD Theorem
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asked Efficient implementation of Havling Algorithm (machine learning):
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revised How to show Sigma-Additivity of the measure induced by a distribution function?
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revised How to show Sigma-Additivity of the measure induced by a distribution function?
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comment How to show Sigma-Additivity of the measure induced by a distribution function?
You're right I forgot to mention that it needs to be correct only when the union is indeed in $\mathcal{S}$