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Stéphane Laurent
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Product of ergodic transformations

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Decomposing an Affine transformation

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How can a Markov chain be written as a measure-preserving dynamic system

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Pinsker $\sigma$-Algebra

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Writing mathematical presentations using mathjax

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I am confused about Bayes' rule in MCMC

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Definition of entropy of an ergodic measure

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Interesting implicit surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^3$

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Must any set of positive Lebesgue measure contain a bounded set of positive measure?

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How to calculate the expectation of the Wishart distribution?

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If $\sigma$-algebra generated by $X$ is a subset of $\sigma$-algebra generated by $X^2$.

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Rotating a point in spherical coordinates around Cartesian axis

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A series in terms of the Jacobi theta fuctions

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Disintegration-like theorem

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Any generalization for Wishart distribution?

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Show that $X$ is independent of $\mathcal{G}$ given $E(X|\mathcal{G})$

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stationary and ergodic

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Evaluating a Gaussian integral

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Kolmogorov distance between univariate gaussians

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Convergence of an Ergodic process

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estimate population percentage within an interval, given a small sample

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Examples: invariant events

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Markov property with respect to a filtration

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$\sigma$-algebra of $\theta$-invariant sets in ergodicity theorem for stationary processes

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Joining sigma algebras

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Conditional entropy of sum of random variables

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Torus and inversion yielding a given cyclide

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What is the radius and center of the image of $|z|=1$ under $ f(z) = \frac{3z+2}{4z+3}$?

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Derive Prior Parameters from Interval

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Are the bounded continuous functions separating for the set of probability measures?