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Omer
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13 votes
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Random polycube shapes

12 votes
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Random walk on a simple finite network

8 votes
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Counting subtrees of a random tree ("random Catalan numbers")

7 votes
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a point process is characterized by its void probabilities

7 votes

Uniformly random planar map

7 votes
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Ising model on a cycle

6 votes

Secret Santa (expected no of cycles in a random permutation)

5 votes

Shortest grid-graph paths with random diagonal shortcuts

4 votes
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Maximums of two correlated Gaussian processes

4 votes

The duel problem

4 votes

Nice examples/arguments that illustrating the coupling method in probability theory

4 votes

Collisions between rooks taking random flights on an N by M chessboard

4 votes

Manhattan distance vs. absorption time on an unbounded integer lattice

3 votes

What is the expected value for this

3 votes
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What is the distribution of the distance between a specific word in a Text which is generated by a markov process?

2 votes
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distinguishing random orthogonal matrix from Gaussian random matrix

2 votes

probability of non-existence of a sum subset

2 votes

Comparing the Edelman-Greene bijection to David Little's bijection

2 votes

Variance of exponential random variable

2 votes
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"birds on wire" type problem

2 votes

Reading Material on Couplings

1 vote

Combinatorics for a stochastic dynamics problem

1 vote

Number of 2-connected subsets in the hypercube

1 vote

Number of connected components in a graph from G(n,m)

1 vote
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Is there a monotone coupling of Dirichlet random variables?

1 vote

Many Brownian motions moving together

1 vote
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Approximation of conformal mapping as a sum of elementary conformal mappings

1 vote

Random walks on graphs: Cover time and blanket time

1 vote

Probability of the maximum (Levy Stable) random variable in a list being greater than the sum of the rest?

1 vote
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Do there exist sets of integers with arbitrarily large upper density which contains infinitely many elements that are not in an arithmetic progression of length 3?