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comment Stochastic methods for solving very high-dimensional PDE
I added one such approach, RS-HDMR, that seems to have the generality you are looking for.
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answered What is the BRST-anti-BRST formalism?
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comment A hard combinatorial identity
if I understand the question correctly, Maple has already proven this identity, and even given a closed form expression for the sum, presumably using Zeilberger.
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comment Book about the history of mathematics for weather prediction
fixed, thanks (I had pasted the wrong link)
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answered Combinatorial Interpretation of Generalized Stirling numbers
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comment Big list of repositories of mathematical preprints and postprints
library.illinois.edu/mtx/refer-research/preprints.html