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revised A condition for the Riemann Zeta-function by modification of its functional equation
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comment inverse of operator
some more motivation would also be helpful; do you need the Green's function for some application?
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comment inverse of operator
are you sure your "2" should not read "2i" (to make $T$ Hermitian)
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revised A condition for the Riemann Zeta-function by modification of its functional equation
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comment Product of associated Legendre Functions with Large order
well, the MO user thought they answered your question, it's a matter of professional courtesy to respect the answer and not delete it; no need to "accept" the answer, just don't delete it.
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comment Product of associated Legendre Functions with Large order
You received an answer to this question a few days ago, which you have now deleted and you ask the same question again. That does not make sense. (link to the deleted question and answer: mathoverflow.net/questions/236571/… )
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reviewed Approve Early examples of problems that are easier in high dimension
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comment Calculus limit question, why in the (p (x) / (px) frist) X (p (x) fris) formula, the non-moving trend must be a 1?
for questions at this level you may want to move to math.stackexchange.com (this site is for research level questions)
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comment What's the probability distribution of a deterministic signal or how to marginalize dynamical systems? (functional integrals in probability theory)
the reason excessive edits are frowned upon, is that each edit promotes the question to the front page, so this is seen as an inappropriate way to attract attention to a question.
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comment Is $n+\frac {1}{2}$ in Kendall-Mann numbers and quantum harmonic oscillator related?
no relationship whatsoever, also notice that the 1/2 offset is not at all special for the harmonic oscillator, any bounded motion with two smooth turning points will give you the same offset.
Apr
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revised conformal measures - definitions, examples and references
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comment Is $n+\frac {1}{2}$ in Kendall-Mann numbers and quantum harmonic oscillator related?
the answer to your last question (whence the 1/2?) has a simple answer in terms of "zero-point motion", "Maslov index", "WKB turning points" --- I can elaborate, but the Kendall-Mann numbers do not appear.
Apr
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reviewed Approve Is $n+\frac {1}{2}$ in Kendall-Mann numbers and quantum harmonic oscillator related?
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comment Are these two difference scheme of the same differential equation equivalent?
if you did it correctly there should be no difference, however, your notation is confusing [c(n) appears on the left and right hand side of your equation with different meanings], and this may well become a source of error.
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comment Analytic continuation of a specific integral with respect to a parameter
You mean analytic continuation to ${\rm Re}\,z>0$ ?
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revised A paper by Y. Morita
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answered How to calculate the PSD of a stochastic process
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comment Adapting arguments and plagiarism
"plagiarism" is the term used if you don't cite your sources; if you do, don't worry.