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 Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jan 7 awarded Teacher Jan 7 answered How would you explain to a 9th grader the negative exponent rule? Feb 25 revised If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? added 540 characters in body Feb 25 awarded Scholar Feb 25 accepted If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? maths is confusing, but thank-you :) Feb 25 awarded Commentator Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? although i would guess the "$t \mid$" arent supposed to be there Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? so, just to be clear on this answer: $\delta_{w_1-w_2}(s) = \delta_{s}(s)$? Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? transcribed from lecture notes :) doesnt mean anything to me either lol Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? this tallies with what i was thinking for the middle term of the integral - it is a gaussian that moves around to wherever s is Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? great! i was just thinking of a delta function. so i could describe it as a delta function that sits wherever y is Feb 25 revised If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? added 429 characters in body Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? hang on, ill try andlatex up the maths ... Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? im following throgh some lecture notes on machine learning. this is a ranking algorithm. w1 and w2 are the skills of 'players'. s is the skill difference. p(s|w1,w2) is used in a larger integral (integrating against s and another variable, t). I was trying to get an intuitive feel for what was going on Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? does a uniform distribution work? im just trying to get a picture in my head of this and some other distributions to follow some maths through roughly. its engineering maths, so potentially sloppy Feb 25 awarded Editor Feb 25 revised If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? added 96 characters in body Feb 25 comment If $x = y$ what is $p(x\mid y)$? i think some kind person is formatting my question with latex =D