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answered Strongly asymmetric graphs
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revised Name for class of flattening permutations
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24
comment Name for class of flattening permutations
@SamHopkins: I'll have to think about it. The OEIS for $(2n-1)!!$ lists a lot of different objects.
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comment Name for class of flattening permutations
@IlyaBogdanov: must be dyslexia or something. Changed, thanks!
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asked Name for class of flattening permutations
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comment Identity of Bernoulli polynomials
Is there an $m$ or $m-1$ missing from the last $B_{n-1}(x|1)$ term? For what it's worth, setting $a_i=1$ gives you Norlund polynomials.
Nov
13
comment Oldest photographed mathematician
At least as far as videos go, there are some old mathematicians here: youtube.com/watch?v=D7Kz_Le7BOc Around the 33 minute mark you can see David Hilbert shoveling snow.
Nov
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revised Counting a Modified Class of Standard Young Tableau
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asked Counting a Modified Class of Standard Young Tableau
Nov
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revised Combinatorial proof of the Cauchy identity for double Schubert polynomials
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answered Combinatorial proof of the Cauchy identity for double Schubert polynomials
Nov
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answered “Convolution” for Multiplying Random Variables
Oct
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answered Nagakami behavoir
Oct
22
comment Rate of convergence in narrow convergence
What you're looking for is a bound on the total variation distance, which is usually non-trivial. Stein's method is one way of accomplishing this in some cases.