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Data Scientist @ Explorer Media. Statistics, Geometry and Physics.
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awarded | Notable Question |
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awarded | Popular Question |
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An inequality involving traces and matrix inversions
I don't know if it helps -- but this looks like out of a quantum information theory book. |
Aug 5 |
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Computer Science applications of Roth's Theorem
@Asaf that is as far as I got... $A-A$ is the support of the $1_A \ast 1_A$, so convolutions are "like" sumsets in that way. The answer may be be really general that if you look "closely" the bounds they use resemble or can be improved by those find in these Szemeredi type results. |
Aug 5 |
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Computer Science applications of Roth's Theorem
@Joël application of twin prime conjecture to computer science would be very interesting |
Aug 5 |
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Computer Science applications of Roth's Theorem
added statement of roth's theorem |
Aug 5 |
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Computer Science applications of Roth's Theorem
@GerryMyerson A candidate would be cstheory.stackexchange.com This question is also about additive combinatorics. I think it goes either way. |
Aug 4 |
asked | Computer Science applications of Roth's Theorem |
Aug 2 |
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An Entropy Inequality (generalized)
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An Entropy Inequality (generalized)
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An Entropy Inequality (generalized)
simplification |
Aug 2 |
answered | An Entropy Inequality (generalized) |
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Non Borel Spaces: Gauge Integral
did you notice that Gauge integral contains Lebesgue integral? |
Aug 2 |
reviewed | Reject suggested edit on nontrivial theorems with trivial proofs |
Aug 2 |
reviewed | Reject suggested edit on (reference request) Chaitin's constant is incompressible |
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Non Borel Spaces: Gauge Integral
you do your readers a service by recalling the definition of Gauge integral and identifying where you see neighborhoods are being used. Maybe even propose a way to use measure space instead. The Wikipedia Henstock-Kurzweil integral article explains some of relationship to Riemann integral. The article also suggests Henstock-Kurzweil is simpler than Riemann. |
Aug 2 |
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Non Borel Spaces: Gauge Integral
what are you calling Gauge integral? |
Aug 1 |
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real symmetric matrix has real eigenvalues - elementary proof
you maximize over both symmetric matrices $X$ and rotation matrices $J= \exp(Y)\in SO(n)$? |
Aug 1 |
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decomposition of Hilbert space into tensor product $L^2([0,\tfrac{1}{2}]) \otimes L^2([\tfrac{1}{2},1]) \simeq L^2([0,1])$
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decomposition of Hilbert space into tensor product $L^2([0,\tfrac{1}{2}]) \otimes L^2([\tfrac{1}{2},1]) \simeq L^2([0,1])$
@ChristianRemling can you imagine why they get the tensor product for EE? Usually it is the wavefunction of two different particles, but I have been reading about the entanglement of two regions in space. |