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Question about Some Statistical Distributions (Updated)

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software Feb 12. 0 Replies

What are the potential distributions for a continuous variable X on [0, 1], if |2X - 1| is known to have a uniform distribution on [0, 1]? Will the distribution of INT(2X) always be uniform on {0, 1} ?This question arises in a potential proof that…Continue

Generalized Coefficient of Correlation for Non-Linear Relationships

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software. Last reply by Timothy Gardner Feb 17. 2 Replies

What is the best correlation coefficient R(X, Y) to measure non-linear dependencies between two variables X and Y? Let's say that you want to assess weather there is a linear or quadratic relationship between X and Y. One way to do it is to perform…Continue

My paper on Differential Geometry on Graphs with applications to Foreign Exchange Option Symmetry

Started by Valery A. Kholodnyi in Quant Oct 2, 2017. 0 Replies

Dear Colleagues, I would like to bring to your attention my paper of 2001 on differential geometry on graphs with applications to the foreign exchange option symmetry in a multiple currency foreign exchange market that might be of interest to…Continue

Two Great Courses on Deep Learning and AI

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software Aug 10, 2017. 0 Replies

Deep Learning, Neural Networks and AIThe course is a new one by Andrew Ng, Co-founder, Coursera; Adjunct Professor, Stanford University; formerly…Continue

Converting infinite series to finite series, a problem cited here in 2016, is 4000 years old.

Started by Milo Gardner in Data Mining Software Jun 11, 2017. 0 Replies

IEEE has long noted that Egyptians were first to convert base 10 to a form of binary arithmetic. The Old Kingdom seemed to round off base 10 numerals and rational numbers by throwing away units as large as 1/64. Nearby Babylonians rounded off much…Continue


Java versus C++ (funny)

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software Jun 12, 2017. 0 Replies

I could not resist to post it. Note that I do not share the views expressed in this video.Enjoy!Continue


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