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Mathematics professor at Cambridge
Nov 29 |
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k-pseudorandom measures
It's not true that we removed the correlation condition -- that question is still open. What we did was look at functions bounded by random as opposed to pseudorandom measures, and we obtained best possible results by considering a specially constructued norm rather than the $U^k$ norm. The paper will be posted on the arXiv soon. |
Nov 29 |
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Nov 29 |
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Typical value of totient function
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Nov 28 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Nov 28 |
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Nov 28 |
answered | Typical value of totient function |
Nov 28 |
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Nov 28 |
answered | What is the first interesting theorem in (insert subject here)? |
Nov 28 |
asked | Typical value of totient function |
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Intuitive explanation to Probability question
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Nov 28 |
answered | Intuitive explanation to Probability question |
Nov 26 |
answered | A random walk matrix has eigenvalue 1 with multiplicty 1 - why? |
Nov 23 |
answered | Finding the new zeros of a “perturbed” polynomial |
Nov 23 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Nov 22 |
answered | Ramsey Theory, monochromatic subgraphs |
Nov 21 |
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Can infinity shorten proofs a lot?
Not the latter as I go by my middle name. Happy to make the change but have not managed to find where I can do it. (Please excuse my utter incompetence.) |
Nov 20 |
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Nov 20 |
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Continued fractions using all natural integers
I think you're right -- and indeed I was worried that something like that would happen. So it seems that the quotients have to grow rather fast to make the number transcendental. |
Nov 20 |
answered | Continued fractions using all natural integers |
Nov 20 |
answered | Are there any good nonconstructive “existential metatheorems”? |