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Maximum magnitude subset sum
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Maximum magnitude subset sum
@Gerry My bad, I obviously mean positive integer! Fixed. |
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Maximum magnitude subset sum
@Ricky Thanks, I've made that change. |
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Maximum magnitude subset sum
changes R^m to Z^m |
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Are Gaussian Processes more important than other stochastic processes?
+1 Couldn't agree more. Sometimes, I think it is a miracle that anything works at all. If I had a dollar for everytime I read, ''Assume that the noise is additive white and Gaussian'', I would be a rich man. |
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Maximum of the norm of k-averages of n iid random d-dimensional vectors
Sounds like you want a 'maximal inequality'. Not exactly sure how to do what you are asking by I would start at Section 3 of stat.yale.edu/~pollard/Papers/Pollard89StatSci.pdf. |
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Hyperplane arrangements and covering numbers
Thanks! I also found Bernard Chazelle's `The discrepency method' to have the same proof on page 206. |
Jun
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Hyperplane arrangements and covering numbers
Yes, the hyperplanes are affine. |
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Exponential (or other) families of distributions on manifolds.
I would guess that the answer is `not really'. As far as I know there is not a even a universally accepted definition of the 'normal distribution' on a Remanian Manifold. Probably the closest thing to the normal are those distributions that arise from generalisations of Brownian motion on manifolds. math.northwestern.edu/~ehsu/… |
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Point-wise error estimate in polynomial regression
Sorry, silly typo. Should work just fine for any set of basis functions. |
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Point-wise error estimate in polynomial regression
fixed typos |
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