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comment lim sup and lim inf of sequence of sets.
what really clarified things for me was the "That means it's a member of infinitely many of them, but there might also be infinitely many that it does not belong to." Thanks!
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Dec
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comment A more “complete picture” of the relationship between various modes of convergence
thanks for the resource. Do you know if, in addition to counter examples, it also has the explicit conditions under which you can move between the modes of convergence? I understand one might be able to extract this from careful examination of where the counterexamples, Im just trying to avoid doing all the work if its already been done. Thanks!
Dec
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asked A more “complete picture” of the relationship between various modes of convergence
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revised Can someone explain the Borel-Cantelli Lemma?
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Dec
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comment Can someone explain the Borel-Cantelli Lemma?
thank you for focusing on the intuition!
Dec
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comment Can someone explain the Borel-Cantelli Lemma?
excellent explanation! thank you!
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Jul
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Jul
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comment Conditional Radon Nikodym
Thank you very much! I found this under some measure theoretic lecture notes. If you dont' mind, can you provide some intuition as to how that form relates to the "traditional Bayes" ideas of a "prior", "likelihood" and "posterior"? Thanks!
Jul
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comment Conditional Radon Nikodym
Which is why we can use the RN derivative described in your answer to compute it under $\mathbb{P}(\cdot|\mathcal{Y})$ correct?
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comment Intuition for a function that belongs to a $L^p$ space
This is a great question, its a shame more people didn't answer. Thanks Giuseppe and yoyo. I also found this related question.
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revised Radon-Nikodym derivative of Measures
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comment Radon-Nikodym derivative of Measures
thank you very much for your thorough answer. Particularly useful for me was the "interpreting" section!