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Physicist.

Jun
25
awarded  Yearling
Feb
8
comment Are all variables in a set of random variables independent if all pairs are independent?
hummmm! I see. Pairwise they are all independent, but knowing any two of them completely determines the third. Neat! Thanks.
Feb
8
accepted Are all variables in a set of random variables independent if all pairs are independent?
Feb
8
asked Are all variables in a set of random variables independent if all pairs are independent?
Jul
6
revised How many graphs with given average degree and average number of outgoing nodes?
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Jul
6
comment How many graphs with given average degree and average number of outgoing nodes?
If (v, w, u) is a triangle, the edge (w,u) is to be counted once in the set of "outgoing edges" of the node v.
Jul
5
comment How many graphs with given average degree and average number of outgoing nodes?
Yes, the nodes are labelled. Sorry, I should have said this before.
Jul
4
revised How many graphs with given average degree and average number of outgoing nodes?
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Jul
4
accepted When I can safely assume that a function is a Laplace transform of other function?
Jul
4
accepted Change in the average geodesic distance of a graph when flipping a single edge
Jul
4
asked How many graphs with given average degree and average number of outgoing nodes?
May
21
revised Change in the average geodesic distance of a graph when flipping a single edge
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May
21
asked Change in the average geodesic distance of a graph when flipping a single edge
Feb
1
revised A possible generalization of the Cox Theorems (boolean algebra => bayesian probabilities)
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Nov
4
accepted Hubbiness of a graph
Nov
3
asked When I can safely assume that a function is a Laplace transform of other function?
Oct
21
revised Hubbiness of a graph
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Oct
21
asked Hubbiness of a graph
Sep
9
comment Completeness of an “infinite mixture of gaussians” representation
So, the gaussians have even more "degrees of freedom" than necessary to represent all densities? I guess this kills my hope for an inversion formula...
Sep
9
accepted Completeness of an “infinite mixture of gaussians” representation