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Ross B.
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24 votes

KKT and Slater's condition

11 votes

Looking for a function with $f(0) = 0$, $f'(0) = 1$ and $\lim\limits_{x\to\infty}f(x)=1$

11 votes

If $Ax=B$ has two solution, then there must be a third one?

6 votes

Equation with Logarithm: $\log_x3+\log_x12 = 2$

6 votes

What are the higher derivatives of a multivariate function?

4 votes
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Vector valued Mean value theorem: Norm for the gradient

3 votes
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Shannon inequalities

3 votes
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Inverse of negative entropy function on positive orthant

3 votes

Derivative of $f(x) = e^{a^Tx}$

3 votes
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Relation between L2 norm and L1 norm of two vectors

3 votes

How to solve this matrix equation?

3 votes

Closed form solution of a convex optimization problem

2 votes

Prove that if $AC^T = |A|I \implies \det C = (\det A)^{n-1}$

2 votes

Is it true that $(\ \forall S \ \ \ \ \int_{S} A dS = 0 )\implies A \equiv 0 $

2 votes
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How to solve polynomial Differential Equations?

2 votes

How many four coloured balls are there in a bag

2 votes
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On norm selection for the solution of an overdetermined linear system

2 votes

Geometry of perpendicular vectors

2 votes

Looking for a probability distribution in $\mathbb{R}^n$: exponentially decreasing density as distance from point

2 votes

Resolvent properties

2 votes

Verifying the convexity of some function

2 votes

Circle Packing: Unsolved Problem in Geometry?

2 votes
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Can the second term of the Schur complement of a symmetric matrix be undefined?

2 votes
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Cumulative distribution function of the generalized beta distribution.

2 votes

Smooth Pac-Man Curve?

1 vote

maximization of a Strictly convex function

1 vote
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The derivative of a linear transformation

1 vote
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optimizing a logdet function with respect to a scalar and the Hessian matrix

1 vote

Do singular values of a linear transformation depend on inner products?

1 vote

What does the notation $\circ$ mean?