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Emre
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87 votes

I have learned that 1/0 is infinity, why isn't it minus infinity?

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Can I normalize KL-divergence to be $\leq 1$?

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Finding parametric curves on a sphere

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Can this number theory MCQ be solved in 4 minutes?

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Fourier transform for dummies

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Why one would want to normalize a matrix by dividing it by its Frobenius norm?

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Apply game theory/Nash equilibrium in computer security scenario

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Finding joint probability distribution of two dependent random variables?

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An introduction to wavelets, and the wavelet transform

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Evaluating the series $\sum\limits_{n=0}^{\infty}\frac{n}{3^n}$

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Probability of combinations

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What is the correct notation to state that a variable can either be empty or not?

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Math and Music theory books

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Why is the **complex locus** of $\mathrm{arg}(z)=\theta$ a half line, and not a line?

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Simplifying imaginary term of jt in Fourier

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Derivation of the maximum entropy distribution

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Probability of collision in binary exponential backoff

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Definition of random

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What is an efficient way to get blur from source and blurred images?

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Making sense out of plotting 3D graphs in octave/matplotlib

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Expected lifetime of system that fails with probability $p$ per week

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Is periodogram the same as DFT?

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Help me understand a 3d graph

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Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem - original version and modern version difference?

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Possibilistic clustering- what exectly is $\eta$ and how to calculate it

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The minimum of $n$ independent copies of a certain random variable

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GLR test of hypothesis for exponential distributions

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An exponential function between zero and one

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Solving $X^{T}Xw = X^{T}y$ for $w$ in Octave / MATLAB

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Construct a distribution for discrete random variable from its mean