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Jul 8 |
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Iwasawa logarithm and analytic continuation
Thanks. Is there any notion of singularity or complete analytic function at all? For example one could take the the polynomial $y^2 - x$ and (as far as I can tell) use Hensel's lemma to expand a power series $p(x) = \sum c_i (x-\alpha)^i$ around every point $\alpha \in \mathbb{C}_p - \{0\}$, in fact, a pair of power series, such that $(x,p(x))$ is identically zero on $y^2 - x$ It seems reasonable to assume that such power series bear some relationship to each other, that an arbitrary pair of power series do not. |
Jul 8 |
accepted | Iwasawa logarithm and analytic continuation |
Jun 28 |
asked | Iwasawa logarithm and analytic continuation |
May 26 |
awarded | Teacher |
May 26 |
answered | Why are smooth numbers called “smooth”? |
Feb 10 |
awarded | Scholar |
Feb 10 |
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Concentration bounds for sums of random variables of permutations
Thanks, I didn't think about exchangeability when I considered the problem. |
Feb 10 |
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Concentration bounds for sums of random variables of permutations
Thanks, I think that set of notes is exactly the sort of thing I was looking for. |
Feb 10 |
accepted | Concentration bounds for sums of random variables of permutations |
Jan 29 |
awarded | Supporter |
Jan 29 |
awarded | Student |
Jan 29 |
asked | Concentration bounds for sums of random variables of permutations |