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Researcher in Optimization, Machine Learning, etc.
Hobbyist in a small fraction of the world of Inequalities, Matrix Analysis, Noncommutative polynomials.
I'm here mostly to learn old and new mathematics!
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reviewed  Close lower bound of a trace quadratic form 
2d

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Disruptive innovations in mathematical notations
Somehow the use of currently vogue (but rankling) business buzz words like "disruptive" in the context of mathematics seems extremely offputting to me... 
Oct 22 
reviewed  Close Parity of primes 
Oct 22 
reviewed  Close Obscure Names in Mathematics 
Oct 22 
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Comparing the inverse of a diagonally dominant matrix
If $A \preceq B$, then $A^{1} \succeq B^{1}$ as the inverse map is order reversing.... 
Oct 21 
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Publishing in mathematics
The answer to your question, and all such fuzzy questions, is the usual: "it depends" 
Oct 21 
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Ratio sum comparison on operators
@WillJagy: finally this has been laid to rest :) 
Oct 21 
revised 
Ratio sum comparison on operators
added link to the solution by K. Audenaert! 
Oct 21 
reviewed  Close Mellin transform on $\mathbb{Z}[\omega]$ 
Oct 19 
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The complex heat kernel on a Riemann manifold
Here's a bunch of links: amazon.com/TheMehlerKernelErwinKronberger/dp/3639241193 $$\ \ \ $$ google.com/… 
Oct 19 
awarded  linearalgebra 
Oct 19 
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Operator norm versus Hlawka inequality
So the question is whether this inequality holds for arbitrary $2\times 2$ matrices under the operator norm? 
Oct 19 
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Is the notation ${}^t g$ for the transpose of a linear transformation intended to be suggestive?
@GeraldEdgar: I see, that's where it comes from! 
Oct 18 
answered  Which nonnegative matrices have exact nonnegative matrix factors of smaller dimensionality? 
Oct 18 
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Is the notation ${}^t g$ for the transpose of a linear transformation intended to be suggestive?
I guess to highlight that transposition itself is a linear operation, so it makes "pedantic" sense to have it appear before (though I find it grotesque, rather than "highbrow")... 
Oct 17 
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How is constrained optimization done?
Wrong site for such a question, though given the breadth of possible answers, this question is not yet suitable for the other SE sites either (e.g., scicomp.SE, math.SE, etc.) 
Oct 17 
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A lower bound on $\\cdot\_{p_{\ast}}$ image of $\ell^{q_{\ast}}$ vectors
Nice paper Cristóbal! I should read it! 
Oct 17 
reviewed  Close quadratic knacksack problem, state of art 
Oct 17 
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An inequality for the ratio of standard Young tableau with {1,2,…,k} in the first row
Somehow this reminds me of a related Schur polynomial majorization style inequality that once Gjergji Zaimi had posted on MO....cannot find that link right now.. 
Oct 17 
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Can we define logconvex operators?
One introduction to this for positive definite matrices (as a classical example) is to look at my paper: arxiv.org/abs/1312.1039 (the citations in that paper will lead you to more classical references for related material) 