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PhD student in computational neuroscience.
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awarded | Autobiographer |
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awarded | Yearling |
Jun 30 |
awarded | Commentator |
Jun 30 |
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Why isn't Likelihood a Probability Density Function?
Could you elaborate why the answer is wrong and what the Radon-Nikodym derivative has to do with it? It seems to me that first link you provided says the same as the accepted answer. |
Sep 12 |
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Conditional expectation of a product
I updated the answer. If you know $\sigma_x$ and $\sigma_z$ then the above is your expectation (please double-check them before you use them for anything important). |
Sep 12 |
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Conditional expectation of a product
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Sep 12 |
answered | Conditional expectation of a product |
Aug 30 |
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Explicit expression for determinant
Hmm, I was afraid so. Thanks for your thoughts anyway. |
Aug 29 |
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Explicit expression for determinant
I am not sure whether I can follow your answers. If my matrix had the form $\sigma^2I+J_1$ with rank one $J_1$ I would use Sylvester's determinant theorem and be done. However, in my case both matrices can have full rank: the first one is a diagonal matrix and the second is the elementwise product of an outer product with the matrix $W$. |
Aug 29 |
asked | Explicit expression for determinant |
Aug 26 |
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Any efficient software/package/toolbox for nonlinear programming for MATLAB
Bing, unfortunately your notation is not very clear. As you wrote it, it's not clear what that function is you want to resolve for. |
Aug 26 |
answered | PDF of discrete fourier transform of a sequence of gaussian random variables |
Aug 23 |
awarded | Editor |
Aug 23 |
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Any efficient software/package/toolbox for nonlinear programming for MATLAB
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Aug 22 |
answered | Any efficient software/package/toolbox for nonlinear programming for MATLAB |
Aug 22 |
awarded | Scholar |
Aug 22 |
accepted | name for the distribution of a gamma RV raise to 1/p? |
Aug 22 |
answered | name for the distribution of a gamma RV raise to 1/p? |
Aug 21 |
awarded | Supporter |
Aug 20 |
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Numerically finding a Mercer expansion for a given covariance kernel
How did you guess my secret identity? |