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 Apr 20 comment How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum @RobertIsrael Thank you. I don't believe there exists a nice approximation for the Riemann Theta function in general but my problem has only two variables so I was hoping it might be much easier. Apr 20 revised How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum added 20 characters in body Apr 20 revised How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum added 46 characters in body Apr 20 revised How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum deleted 26 characters in body Apr 20 reviewed Approve How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum Apr 20 revised How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum added 476 characters in body Apr 20 comment How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum @AmirSagiv The sum is an instance of the Riemann Theta function which is why I added the theta-function tag. Specifically, it is $\theta(0|iM/\pi)$. Apr 20 revised How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum added 89 characters in body Apr 20 comment A conjecture about the entropy of matrix vector products @MertSaglam It should be the first $m$ rows of a full matrix. Apr 19 revised A conjecture about the entropy of matrix vector products deleted 124 characters in body Apr 18 asked How to estimate a specific infinite matrix sum Oct 21 awarded Popular Question Jun 3 comment A circulant coin weighing problem I just looked up weighing matrices but I don't see the connection to this problem yet. Could you expand on that please? Mar 8 comment Expected value of the minimum with limited independence Can you show that there is a constant upper bound for $\mathbb{E}(X)$? Dec 14 revised Expected maximum inner product deleted 71 characters in body Nov 27 awarded Disciplined Sep 16 awarded Yearling Sep 4 awarded Nice Question Aug 27 awarded Curious Aug 26 comment A conjecture about the entropy of matrix vector products Do you think it would be acceptable to pose your formulation as a new question? I have no ideas for how to approach it.