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suggested approved edit on Martingales huh?
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answered Martingales huh?
Dec
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comment Is category theory useful in higher level Analysis?
depends on how you want to study qm- although this probably does injustice to classify work this way, there seems to be two ways to do qm rigorously: constructive quantum field theory and algebraic quantum field theory. I've only heard about category theory in the context of AQFT. I recommend looking at a book called "Deep Beauty" edited by Hans Halvorson.
Dec
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comment Extension of Uncertainty Relations to a specific potential in Schrödinger Equation
I know that my question is a bit long, but I wanted to give some motivation for where this question came up for me. There may be people on this site who may not know much about physics, but who may be familiar with the analysis necessary to help me.
Dec
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asked Extension of Uncertainty Relations to a specific potential in Schrödinger Equation
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comment What is the best approach when things seem hopeless?
Also, this approach tends to make the exercises a bit easier, atleast in my experience.
Oct
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answered What is the best approach when things seem hopeless?
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comment Is the derivative of this function bounded?
I think $f'(t) \leq C(f + f^(3/2))$ shows that $f'(t) \rightarrow 0$ as $ t \rightarrow \infty$. Because $f \in C^1$, we know that $f'(t)$ is continuous. This helps see that $f'(t)$ is bounded on some interval $(a,\infty)$. Is there a flaw in my reasoning here?
Sep
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answered Calabi-Yau Manifolds
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comment Book advice to brush up on Calculus and PDEs
I'm glad you find this of some help!
Sep
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comment suggest textbook on calculus
@george: I am glad that you have found Titu's book helpful. I think it is also a good way for you to get introduced to analysis.
Sep
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answered Book advice to brush up on Calculus and PDEs
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comment Quantum mechanics for mathematicians
I am using Takhtajan's book right now. Dirac's book is indeed very frustrating.
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answered Quantum mechanics for mathematicians
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accepted What is Fourier Analysis on Groups and does it have “applications” to physics?