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I was a postdoc at the Courant Institute at NYU working in probability theory, and I am now transitioning to statistics and data science. Here is a link to my résumé, as well as my publications and projects.


Jul
31
comment Example of a space for which $V \cong Hom(V,V)$
Also, can you demonstrate this property in your answer? I'll be happy to accept it in that case.
Jul
31
comment Example of a space for which $V \cong Hom(V,V)$
This is a great observation, @blackburne. Could you provide a reference, please? I'd love to learn more about row-finite matrices, particularly from a functional-analytic point of view.
Jul
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awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
28
comment Example: a locally convex TVS which is not compactly generated
Thanks, Francois!
Apr
28
accepted Example: a locally convex TVS which is not compactly generated
Apr
28
revised Example: a locally convex TVS which is not compactly generated
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Apr
28
comment Is currying a homeomorphism of array spaces?
I asked this as a standalone question: mathoverflow.net/questions/164674/…
Apr
28
asked Example: a locally convex TVS which is not compactly generated
Apr
28
comment Is currying a homeomorphism of array spaces?
Here's an answer by Neil Strickland: "if the topology on V is determined by countable family of seminorms (or equivalently, it is a Fréchet space) then it is compactly generated." mathoverflow.net/a/52749/238
Apr
28
comment Is currying a homeomorphism of array spaces?
Thanks for the links. @AndyPutman, "compactly generated" seems like a reasonable hypothesis. Do you know if locally convex topological vector spaces are compactly generated?
Apr
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revised Is currying a homeomorphism of array spaces?
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Apr
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asked Is currying a homeomorphism of array spaces?
Apr
3
comment Finiteness of “novel variance” from a kernel on a compact space
Thanks for the counterexample. As your comments show the question was ill-formed. I'm marking this as an answer to give you the points in gratitude for your observation.
Apr
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accepted Finiteness of “novel variance” from a kernel on a compact space
Apr
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comment Finiteness of “novel variance” from a kernel on a compact space
Voting to close my own question.
Apr
3
comment Finiteness of “novel variance” from a kernel on a compact space
Thanks, Alexander. I clearly have screwed something up in the definition. The 2 vector case is supposed to be $\|i_1\|^2 + \|i_2\|^2 - \langle i_1, i_2 \rangle$, which is symmetric.
Apr
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asked Finiteness of “novel variance” from a kernel on a compact space
Apr
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comment What areas of pure mathematics research are best for a post-PhD transition to industry?
Sure, if you can convert it to Haskell code.