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Why is this distribution exponential?
Reference: David & Nagaraja, Order Statistics. This is a fairly standard result in order statistics. |
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An NP-hard $n$ fold integral
@ Johan, thanks for the answer, esp. the last edit |
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An NP-hard $n$ fold integral
@Kaveh: Revised. |
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An NP-hard $n$ fold integral
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An NP-hard $n$ fold integral
@Kaveh, I am not clear about your comment. Could you elaborate it into an answer? |
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Extremal curves with a “should pass through” constraint
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Finding paths in a path connected space
@Daniel: How do we connect points when $P$ has to be $n$-times differentiable? |
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Extremal curves with a “should pass through” constraint
Thanks. Can't we extend this for multiple $q$'s, by having $F(\gamma)= length(\gamma) + \sum inf_{x} |p-q_i|^2$ ? And under what conditions can we differentiate through the infimum? |