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asked Conditions which might imply a function is independent over its arguments
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revised Applications of forcing in model theory
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revised Does integrating with respect to a finitely additive measure respect addition?
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May
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comment Searching for $C^*$
@Turbo: No as '\' does not act as an escape character and '\*' returns a parsing error.
May
26
accepted Searching for $C^*$
May
26
answered Searching for $C^*$
May
24
comment Searching for $C^*$
@quid: I have written to tech support and got an answer which works reasonably well for the specific phrase "$C^*$-algebras", but not for example, for "$C^*$", or "$*$-category". I have asked for clarification for these other cases and (assuming no one else on MO has an answer) will post whatever information I get back.
May
24
comment Accuracy of the truncated Hausdorff moment problem
@Sergei: Most of what I found regarding the error seemed to be giving upper bounds on the error (i.e. a given method won't be worse than X), when I am looking for lower bounds on the error (i.e. you can't hope to do better than X). That said I would bet that among the many references there probably is one which answers my question. However being very far from an expert in this area I wasn't able to find an appropriate result after several hours of looking. Although I am hoping it would be easy/immediate to an expert.
May
24
comment Accuracy of the truncated Hausdorff moment problem
Thanks. However I am specifically interested in the case when the range is contained in a fixed bounded set (e.g. $[0,1]$)
May
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asked Accuracy of the truncated Hausdorff moment problem