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Arthur Rubin
10/11/17
Quasi-random numbers (almost)
With a irrational, let x(n) = {an}, the fractional part of {an}. What can be said about (1) The
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Quasi-random numbers (almost)
With a irrational, let x(n) = {an}, the fractional part of {an}. What can be said about (1) The
10/11/17
David Hobby
9/28/17
Re: Mathematical Problem - unsolved
> > The goal is to find general equations for for all 26 Probability > functions Wi
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Re: Mathematical Problem - unsolved
> > The goal is to find general equations for for all 26 Probability > functions Wi
9/28/17
Graham Houston
, …
Mathedman
3
9/24/17
Pattern Found involving primes
On 9/23/2017 4:10 PM, Graham Houston wrote: > Hi .. I discovered a pattern that builds a structure
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Pattern Found involving primes
On 9/23/2017 4:10 PM, Graham Houston wrote: > Hi .. I discovered a pattern that builds a structure
9/24/17
William Elliot
,
Bill
2
8/28/17
Dodging Holes in the Plane
William Elliot wrote: > If the union of a countable pairwise disjoint collection of > bounded,
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Dodging Holes in the Plane
William Elliot wrote: > If the union of a countable pairwise disjoint collection of > bounded,
8/28/17
rockbr...@gmail.com
2
8/11/17
A simple, elegant, ab initio first-order presentation of Category Theory?
On Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 7:37:23 PM UTC-5, rockbr...@gmail.com wrote: > I was looking for
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A simple, elegant, ab initio first-order presentation of Category Theory?
On Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 7:37:23 PM UTC-5, rockbr...@gmail.com wrote: > I was looking for
8/11/17
vru...@ualberta.ca
,
David Cullen
2
8/8/17
quasi-central nets in C*-algebras
Does this follow from prop II.8.1.5 (p. 165) in http://wolfweb.unr.edu/homepage/bruceb/Cycr.pdf ?
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quasi-central nets in C*-algebras
Does this follow from prop II.8.1.5 (p. 165) in http://wolfweb.unr.edu/homepage/bruceb/Cycr.pdf ?
8/8/17
apov...@gmail.com
7/19/17
Heegner numbers's related issue
I have noticed that out of 9 Heegner numbers: {1,2,3,7,11,19,43,67163} the group of four leftmost of
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Heegner numbers's related issue
I have noticed that out of 9 Heegner numbers: {1,2,3,7,11,19,43,67163} the group of four leftmost of
7/19/17
patrick
7/13/17
Super-modularity preserved by Expectations?
Consider a function $f(a,b)$ that is super-modular in $(a,b)$, increasing in both variables and
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Super-modularity preserved by Expectations?
Consider a function $f(a,b)$ that is super-modular in $(a,b)$, increasing in both variables and
7/13/17
Lones Smith
,
Martin Vaeth
2
6/24/17
A simple geometric series in the Gamma function
Lones Smith <lones...@gmail.com> wrote: > Assume a,b,c are positive real numbers, and
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A simple geometric series in the Gamma function
Lones Smith <lones...@gmail.com> wrote: > Assume a,b,c are positive real numbers, and
6/24/17
William Elliot
6/7/17
Weierstrass by Willard
On page 292 of General Topology by Stephen Willard just before definining h(x), it's stated that
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Weierstrass by Willard
On page 292 of General Topology by Stephen Willard just before definining h(x), it's stated that
6/7/17
Gene Partlow
5/18/17
Curve for chain in NON-homogeneous gravitational field?
What would be the equation and curve for a perfect chain suspended in an non-homogeneous
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Curve for chain in NON-homogeneous gravitational field?
What would be the equation and curve for a perfect chain suspended in an non-homogeneous
5/18/17
apov...@gmail.com
4/18/17
Interesting Integral
Per https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/2230651/a-conjectured-continued- fraction-for-phi-phi
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Interesting Integral
Per https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/2230651/a-conjectured-continued- fraction-for-phi-phi
4/18/17
Pfsszxt
, …
smn
4
4/18/17
Old math Books
On Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 10:05:40 AM UTC-7, Pfsszxt wrote:: > I have all my math math books
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Old math Books
On Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 10:05:40 AM UTC-7, Pfsszxt wrote:: > I have all my math math books
4/18/17
William Elliot
,
David Hobby
3
3/12/17
The Paradox of Symmetric Induction
In article <070320171202351509%ed...@math.ohio-state.edu.invalid>, David Hobby <david.c.
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The Paradox of Symmetric Induction
In article <070320171202351509%ed...@math.ohio-state.edu.invalid>, David Hobby <david.c.
3/12/17
jstephe...@gmail.com
, …
Bhupinder Singh Anand
4
2/8/17
Heuristic Proofs of the Prime Number Theorem
Dear Stephen, 1. All proofs of PNT, whether analytic or elementary, only define pi(n)1 heuristically
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Heuristic Proofs of the Prime Number Theorem
Dear Stephen, 1. All proofs of PNT, whether analytic or elementary, only define pi(n)1 heuristically
2/8/17
Norbert_Paul
,
Phelan Jackson
2
2/3/17
Topological Relational Algebra in Lisp
Hi, I think I noticed the same thing the other week - topologies are defined by their binary distance
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Topological Relational Algebra in Lisp
Hi, I think I noticed the same thing the other week - topologies are defined by their binary distance
2/3/17
sadf...@gmail.com
12/7/16
Re: Probleme ouvert dans la theorie du point fixe
On Tuesday, December 5, 2006 3:02:00 PM UTC + 1, wrote math: > Probleme ouvert > > Le
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Re: Probleme ouvert dans la theorie du point fixe
On Tuesday, December 5, 2006 3:02:00 PM UTC + 1, wrote math: > Probleme ouvert > > Le
12/7/16
Julien Cassaigne
,
David Cullen
2
11/17/16
A problem on cyclic permutations
Hi Julien. I believe I have proved the result you require. Do please let me know what you think!
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A problem on cyclic permutations
Hi Julien. I believe I have proved the result you require. Do please let me know what you think!
11/17/16
Leon Meier
10/20/16
minimal degree of a solution of a system of linear equations over polynomials
Let Q be the set of rational numbers. Let polynomial coefficients f_{i,j} \in Q[x_1,...,x_n] (1\le i\
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minimal degree of a solution of a system of linear equations over polynomials
Let Q be the set of rational numbers. Let polynomial coefficients f_{i,j} \in Q[x_1,...,x_n] (1\le i\
10/20/16
Einstein
, …
IV
4
10/2/16
Need help deriving a formula
Einstein <mich...@gmail.com> wrote: > The principle is as follows: You have five hundred
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Need help deriving a formula
Einstein <mich...@gmail.com> wrote: > The principle is as follows: You have five hundred
10/2/16
se19560...@gmail.com
,
mecej4
2
9/19/16
Hoare's qsort
On 8/30/2016 7:08 AM, se19560...@gmail.com wrote: > where do i change qsort to not order
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Hoare's qsort
On 8/30/2016 7:08 AM, se19560...@gmail.com wrote: > where do i change qsort to not order
9/19/16
SCM SA
9/2/16
Random Walks : Three Prizes offered by SCM
Dear Colleagues, We are glad to announce that we offer three prizes (for a total of 2500 Euros) for
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Random Walks : Three Prizes offered by SCM
Dear Colleagues, We are glad to announce that we offer three prizes (for a total of 2500 Euros) for
9/2/16
geneN
, …
rockbr...@gmail.com
5
8/31/16
ternary relation composition
On Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 11:23:24 AM UTC-5, rockbr...@gmail.com wrote: > Algebras that are
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ternary relation composition
On Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 11:23:24 AM UTC-5, rockbr...@gmail.com wrote: > Algebras that are
8/31/16
rockbr...@gmail.com
8/23/16
First-order Categorical Logic with quantifiers that respects duality?
All the approaches I've examined appear to want to codify BOUNDED quantifiers rather than the
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First-order Categorical Logic with quantifiers that respects duality?
All the approaches I've examined appear to want to codify BOUNDED quantifiers rather than the
8/23/16
Stephen Parrott
, …
stephenp...@gmail.com
5
8/21/16
Does Grover's algorithm actually search N unordered items in time O(N^(1/2)?
On Sunday, August 7, 2016 at 6:30:58 PM UTC-7, Daniel S. Riley wrote: > Stephen Parrott <
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Does Grover's algorithm actually search N unordered items in time O(N^(1/2)?
On Sunday, August 7, 2016 at 6:30:58 PM UTC-7, Daniel S. Riley wrote: > Stephen Parrott <
8/21/16
budi...@gmail.com
8/14/16
Number of equivalent Hadamard matrices
Hadamard matrices exist for most sizes that are multiples of 4. A great deal of research was done to
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Number of equivalent Hadamard matrices
Hadamard matrices exist for most sizes that are multiples of 4. A great deal of research was done to
8/14/16
rockbr...@gmail.com
2
8/14/16
A Formulation of Lambda Calculus with Variables without Substitution
On Friday, August 12, 2016 at 9:03:52 AM UTC-5, rockbr...@gmail.com wrote: > Let (x = U, T) denote
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A Formulation of Lambda Calculus with Variables without Substitution
On Friday, August 12, 2016 at 9:03:52 AM UTC-5, rockbr...@gmail.com wrote: > Let (x = U, T) denote
8/14/16
William Elliot
,
David Cullen
6
5/25/16
Disconnecting R^n
I mean K as defined in the context of the present thread, namely: K = \/{ {a}x(R - {q^-1(a)} | a in [
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Disconnecting R^n
I mean K as defined in the context of the present thread, namely: K = \/{ {a}x(R - {q^-1(a)} | a in [
5/25/16
David Cullen
,
William Elliot
2
5/13/16
Compact Connected Lot
On Thu, 12 May 2016, David Cullen wrote: > Can you clarify what you mean by order isomorphism? In
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Compact Connected Lot
On Thu, 12 May 2016, David Cullen wrote: > Can you clarify what you mean by order isomorphism? In
5/13/16
William Elliot
,
David Cullen
3
5/9/16
Path Connected?
On Sun, 8 May 2016, William Elliot wrote: > On Sun, 8 May 2016, David Cullen wrote: Good insights,
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Path Connected?
On Sun, 8 May 2016, William Elliot wrote: > On Sun, 8 May 2016, David Cullen wrote: Good insights,
5/9/16
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