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Maurizio Barbato
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Topology of the space $\mathcal{D}(\Omega)$ of test functions

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Lebesgue Decomposition: A Counterexample

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The Space $\mathcal{D}(\Omega)$ of Test Functions is Not a Sequential Space

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Smooth Functions with Compact Support and Bounded Derivatives of Low Order

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Division of Distributions by Polynomials

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A Temperate Fundamental Solution of a PDE

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On an Inequality of Lars Hörmander

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Tail Probability for Student's t-Distribution

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Invertibility of Partial Differential Operators

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Reciprocal of a Polynomial

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Generalizing Green's Theorem

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Metrizability of the Weak Dual

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Strict Log-Concavity

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A Matrix Equation

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A Law of Large Numbers Without Replacement

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Axiom of Choice and Probability

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Proving that an Integral is Zero

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The space of distributions endowed with the topology of uniform convergence on bounded sets is not Fréchet.

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Subgroup of Plane Isometries Isomorphic to $O_2(\mathbb{R})$

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Can the function $\sum_{n=0}^{N} a_n \sqrt{n^2 + x^2}$ vanish identically on an interval?

1 vote

A Continuous-Time Markov Process Taking All Possible Values

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How to check does polygon with given sides' length exist?

1 vote
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How level sets look like when a critical point degenerate?

1 vote

concentration of maximum of gaussians

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Connected, locally connected, path-connected but not locally path-connected subspace of the plane

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Connected, locally connected, path-connected but not locally path-connected subspace of the plane

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When $\alpha n + \beta \sqrt{n}$ is an integer for infinitely many n's?

1 vote

Conserved Current for a PDE

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Are rational points dense on every circle in the coordinate plane?

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A System Involving the Trigamma Function