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bio website joshphysics.com
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New project: phermi.com

Let me know if you know of any hard physics problems with clever solutions. (email listed to the left)

Personal website: joshphysics.com

Currently a lecturer at the UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Ph.D. theoretical high energy physics, UCLA.

BA/BS in physics/math, UC Berkeley.


Nov
19
comment Pure Point Spectrum implies Spanning Eigenfunctions
I think this would more appropriately be asked on math.SE.
Nov
2
comment Gradient of a function with base vectors
Isn't this more appropriate for math.SE?
Oct
20
revised Big O notation for complex-valued functions of a real variable
edited body
Oct
19
comment What is the dimension of the vector space of functions $f:\mathbb R\to\mathbb R$?
Wonderful! Thanks Asaf.
Oct
19
accepted What is the dimension of the vector space of functions $f:\mathbb R\to\mathbb R$?
Oct
19
comment What is the dimension of the vector space of functions $f:\mathbb R\to\mathbb R$?
Wow ok $2^{2^{\aleph_0}}$ it is then. Pretty monstrous (to a non-set-theory aficionado at least). That's a very nice last equation you wrote. Does it have a special name? Where in standard books would I find such wonderful gems?
Oct
19
asked What is the dimension of the vector space of functions $f:\mathbb R\to\mathbb R$?
Sep
27
comment How are eigenvectors/eigenvalues and differential equations connected?
Great answer btw. Would you happen to know of any good references that treat ODEs heavily using linear-algebraic language as in this answer? In particular, a text which discusses Jordan normal form in this context as you allude to would be useful. I'll be teaching a math methods for physics class, and I'd find such a reference very useful.
Sep
23
comment How are eigenvectors/eigenvalues and differential equations connected?
Shouldn't $e^{\lambda y}$ read something like $e^{\lambda t}$ instead?
Sep
10
awarded  Revival
Sep
4
comment How to calculate this functional derivative?
@Trimok Thanks; edited.
Sep
4
answered How to calculate this functional derivative?
Aug
3
comment What is the probability of being in a “run” of length $k$?
Thanks. This agrees with the expression I wrote it seems since $\sum_j j 2^{-j} = 2$.
Aug
3
accepted What is the probability of being in a “run” of length $k$?
Aug
2
asked What is the probability of being in a “run” of length $k$?
Jul
18
accepted Limit of a sequence of determinants.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
29
revised Special conformal killing fields - solving for integral curves.
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Jun
28
revised Special conformal killing fields - solving for integral curves.
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Jun
28
revised Special conformal killing fields - solving for integral curves.
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