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Jun 9 |
reviewed | Leave Open Should we post on arXiv only papers in publishable shape (or very close)? |
Jun 8 |
reviewed | Close Markov chain: join states in Transition Matrix |
Jun 7 |
reviewed | No Action Needed permutations sampling by probability matrix |
Jun 6 |
reviewed | Close Perturbation of eigenvalues of some special matrices |
Jun 5 |
reviewed | Close How to solve a quadratic diophantine equation |
Jun 5 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Jun 5 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jun 5 |
reviewed | Close Combinatorial result needed in machine learning? |
Jun 5 |
comment |
Euler-like identity for partition function
Relevant: mathcs.emory.edu/~ono/publications-cv/pdfs/017.pdf |
Jun 5 |
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Minimal Discriminants
Odlyzko mentions this problem in his survey paper dtc.umn.edu/~odlyzko/doc/arch/discriminant.survey.pdf asking whether the root discriminant goes to infinity for prime degrees (see open problem 2.4). I don't think much more is known about it, although I would love to be wrong here! |
Jun 5 |
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Geometric Mean of $L(1,\chi)$ for quadratic Dirichlet characters
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Jun 5 |
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Geometric Mean of $L(1,\chi)$ for quadratic Dirichlet characters
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Jun 5 |
answered | Geometric Mean of $L(1,\chi)$ for quadratic Dirichlet characters |
Jun 4 |
reviewed | Leave Open What can be said about the concentration of measure of product of Gaussian variables? |
Jun 4 |
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$L^1$ norm of exponential sum of $n^2 x$
@tdw: Dear Trevor, From the works ofJurkat and van Horne and Marklof, the quadratic Weyl sums have a distribution that is not Gaussian. So the constant in the moments, I don't think needs to match your conjecture. The constant they get is by averaging moments of a theta function over a fundamental domain. It is possible that for the first moment this could evaluate to your conjectured value, but I don't see why. In any case, the distribution is not Gaussian, which seems quite different from other powers. Am I missing something? |
Jun 4 |
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Approximate homomorphisms
I was thinking of the ideas around Corollary 2.4 in that paper. (And also that ${\Bbb Z}/p$ for large enough $p$ might behave not too differently from ${\Bbb Z}$.) Anyway, just a quick thought. |
Jun 4 |
reviewed | No Action Needed Good book on analytic continuation? |
Jun 4 |
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Approximate homomorphisms
The techniques in this paper arxiv.org/pdf/1308.2247v1.pdf might be useful. |
Jun 3 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Jun 2 |
awarded | Nice Answer |