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I'm a Junior Research Fellow in IIT Bombay, currently working on the Witsenhausen counterexample.


Oct
21
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
20
asked Properties of an LP when the coefficients are variables of the problem
Oct
8
comment Triangle inequality for subtraction?
Is this true for all norms?
Oct
8
comment Is there any standard way to handle fractions of bilinear constraints in optimization?
Alright. That is simply a bilinear constant then. A variation: what if the other side is not a constant but one of the variables?
Oct
7
comment Is there any standard way to handle fractions of bilinear constraints in optimization?
That is the constraint. That equal to a constant is the constraint.
Oct
7
asked Is there any standard way to handle fractions of bilinear constraints in optimization?
Sep
26
comment Are there any standard methods to solve a linear objective with nonconvex constraints?
Oh, alright. That's a bummer. I felt like there was a standard approach to doing it.
Sep
26
comment Are there any standard methods to solve a linear objective with nonconvex constraints?
So, you mean I could retrace the linear objective to something else and change the constraints to convex or linear ones?
Sep
26
asked Are there any standard methods to solve a linear objective with nonconvex constraints?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
22
awarded  Yearling
Sep
22
comment Is the following text correct about the interior of a given set? (excerpt from Stephen Boyd's convex optimization text)
I totally forgot the n-dimensional aspect of the ball. Thank you for reminding.
Sep
22
accepted Is the following text correct about the interior of a given set? (excerpt from Stephen Boyd's convex optimization text)
Sep
22
asked Is the following text correct about the interior of a given set? (excerpt from Stephen Boyd's convex optimization text)
Sep
19
accepted How to visualize probability distributions in terms of sets - joint and marginal?
Sep
18
revised How to visualize probability distributions in terms of sets - joint and marginal?
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revised How to visualize probability distributions in terms of sets - joint and marginal?
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18
asked How to visualize probability distributions in terms of sets - joint and marginal?
Sep
15
awarded  Critic
Sep
11
comment Understanding the concept behind the Lagrangian multiplier
Could you extend your explanation to multiple admissible surfaces?