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27
comment Dynamically two-coloring a finite graph
It turns out my 'proof' had a nontrivial bug, I don't know how to do this, any help appreciated
Apr
27
comment Conformal maps and elliptic functions
How does one compute an explicit form?
Apr
27
suggested rejected edit on Planar sets in R^{2} with bounded Fourier transforms
Apr
22
comment Measure preserving ergodic map commutes with complementation?
Great (was pretty sure it was just something set theoretic), thanks!
Apr
22
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asked Measure preserving ergodic map commutes with complementation?
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asked Dynamically two-coloring a finite graph
Jan
24
comment Points on unit circle with arguments from an arithmetic progression
Added, thank you
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Apr
17
comment Transitivity of a stochastic order
yes, assume independence
Apr
17
comment Transitivity of a stochastic order
Hmm, sorry, it's actually not that trivial to check, but one can write $P(X \geq Y) = \int_{- \infty}^{\infty}{F_{Y}(t)dF_{X}(t)} \geq \int_{-\infty}^{\infty}{F_{X}(t)dF_{X}(t)} = 1/2$ if I'm not too wrong.
Apr
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asked Transitivity of a stochastic order
Feb
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comment Occupying seats in a classroom
Yes, probability among such scenarios (for fixed $m,n,k$); in your case, it is indeed $1/2$.