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Oct 14 |
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proving the existence of a minimizer of this functional
@LiviuNicolaescu, since you wrote this answer -- mathoverflow.net/questions/84511/… -- I'm hoping you can help me with my question. |
Oct 13 |
asked | proving the existence of a minimizer of this functional |
Jun 13 |
accepted | Quantifiers in function definition — is this legitimate? |
Jun 13 |
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Quantifiers in function definition — is this legitimate?
The context is statistics. Θ is the parameter space, and the functional is an expectation. In notion 2, the idea is to restrict consideration of the functional to just the physically real value of the parameter. I confess to being surprised that this is legitimate -- I thought such quantifiers could only be applied to a formula with a free variable, yielding a proposition with a definite truth value (or another formula with a free variable, of course). |
Jun 13 |
asked | Quantifiers in function definition — is this legitimate? |
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May 7 |
accepted | Exchangeable normal distribution mixing measure |
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Mar 9 |
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Exchangeable normal distribution mixing measure
question was closed on cross-validated |
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asked | Exchangeable normal distribution mixing measure |