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Nov 24 |
asked | Bound on change of function given bound on Hessian |
Oct 8 |
awarded | Yearling |
Oct 5 |
asked | Counting rooted labelled trees with fixed height AND fixed # of vertices |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Inquisitive |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
May 23 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Mar 17 |
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# roots of polynomials over GF(2)
Clarify size of $d$ |
Mar 17 |
asked | # roots of polynomials over GF(2) |
Mar 15 |
answered | Nice examples/arguments that illustrating the coupling method in probability theory |
Mar 15 |
answered | Nice examples/arguments that illustrating the coupling method in probability theory |
Mar 5 |
comment |
Forming orthogonal bases in different orders
@ Sasha. $d$ is irrelevant (I think). You can probably assume $n \leq d$. |
Mar 5 |
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Forming orthogonal bases in different orders
@ Mariano, probably you are right. But I have also been frustrated when I ask too specific a question and get too specific an answer. |
Mar 5 |
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Forming orthogonal bases in different orders
@Mariano, I wanted to know about the Gaussian volume. But, I also wanted to know what the "shape" of $X$ was without reference to a specific measure. |
Mar 5 |
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Forming orthogonal bases in different orders
@Mariano, no I mean $\geq$. It's not as nice geometrically I know. |
Mar 5 |
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Forming orthogonal bases in different orders
@Andres, I mean the inner product. |
Mar 5 |
revised |
Forming orthogonal bases in different orders
change notation |
Mar 5 |
asked | Forming orthogonal bases in different orders |
Feb 7 |
comment |
Increasing tower of subsets of ${1, …, k}$
I realized that I missed a case in my example $k = 2$. When $k = 2$, the total number of possibilities is 5. One key point is that it is possible for the tower to increase by more than one element at a time. |
Feb 7 |
revised |
Increasing tower of subsets of ${1, …, k}$
missed a case in my example; add a conjecture about linear independence |
Feb 7 |
asked | Increasing tower of subsets of ${1, …, k}$ |