bio | website | alexanderpruss.com |
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location | United States | |
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Professor of Philosophy, Baylor University
Sep 26 |
awarded | Yearling |
Sep 24 |
awarded | Autobiographer |
Jul 21 |
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Embedding probability spaces in the completion of $[0,1]^K$
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Jul 17 |
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Embedding probability spaces in the completion of $[0,1]^K$
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Jul 17 |
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Embedding probability spaces in the completion of $[0,1]^K$
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Jul 16 |
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Embedding probability spaces in the completion of $[0,1]^K$
replace "finite measure" with "probability" for clarity |
Jul 16 |
asked | Embedding probability spaces in the completion of $[0,1]^K$ |
Jul 8 |
answered | Products of Boolean algebras and probability measures thereon |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
May 19 |
revised |
Finitely additive measures on $\mathbb Z_2^\omega$ with invariance and independence constraints
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May 19 |
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Finitely additive measures on $\mathbb Z_2^\omega$ with invariance and independence constraints
Yes, assuming AC. I will edit the question to explain. |
May 13 |
asked | Finitely additive measures on $\mathbb Z_2^\omega$ with invariance and independence constraints |
May 2 |
accepted | Is an integral against a probability measure in the convex hull of the range? |
May 1 |
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Is an integral against a probability measure in the convex hull of the range?
Note: The link in my questions to the affirmative answer in the continuous case will go to a theorem by Jankovic and Merkle that the integral is a convex combination of $n$ points in the range when $f$ is continuous. By Caratheodory's theorem, without assuming continuity we will have a combination of $n+1$ points in the range. So continuity lets one simplify the convex combination from $n+1$ to $n$ points. That helps me to understand the significance of the Jankovic-Merkle theorem. |
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Is an integral against a probability measure in the convex hull of the range?
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answered | Is an integral against a probability measure in the convex hull of the range? |
Apr 30 |
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Apr 30 |
asked | Is an integral against a probability measure in the convex hull of the range? |
Apr 26 |
accepted | Recovery of probability distribution from a single point |
Apr 26 |
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Recovery of probability distribution from a single point
Thanks!Yeah, SLLN is all one needs in Q1: just take rectangles with rational corner coordinates. I missed that because the philosophical application (a defense of frequentism against certain objectins) I was thinking of made it inappropriate to single out a particular set of rectangles in the recovery. |