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comment Why don't WolframAlpha's and Sage's answers match?
Thanks! I didn't know this technique getting decimal representations to check!
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comment Busy beaver function vs low Turing degrees
Can you give the largest context or the subject in which one studies this? Do you have atextbook/review/lecture-note reference for this?
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comment Is there an improvement for the Schur-Horn inequalities for positive semi-definite matrices?
@AllenKnutson Yes :P But this is not a trivial statement - right? The inequality for $A_{ii}$ that I wrote above comes because of the Schur-Horn inequality - right?
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comment Is there an improvement for the Schur-Horn inequalities for positive semi-definite matrices?
@AllenKnutson About my second comment - what I mean is this - if $A$ is any Hermitian matrix then can I always say that $ (min-eigenvalue) \leq A_{ii} \leq (max-eigenvalue)$ ? (for any choice of basis) ?
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comment Is there an improvement for the Schur-Horn inequalities for positive semi-definite matrices?
@AllenKnutson In the Schur-Horn inequalities can the diagonal entries be defined in any basis? (..because I am a bit confused by the statement here in equation 9 - terrytao.wordpress.com/2010/01/12/… - where Terence Tao seems to want to choose the "standard basis"..)
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comment Is there an improvement for the Schur-Horn inequalities for positive semi-definite matrices?
@AllenKnutson I am not getting you - are you saying that any semi-definite matrix is also Hermitian and decomposable in some particular way such that the Schur-Horn can be used on the parts individually? Can you kindly elaborate?
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comment Largest and smallest eigenvalues of a hermitian matrix
May be you can also help at this related question, mathoverflow.net/questions/187850/…
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comment Largest eigenvalue of the sum of hermitian matricies
@TerryTao Can you may be kindly help at this related question? mathoverflow.net/questions/187850/…
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comment How to install Sage on Ubuntu?
@muru Is there some "sudo -apt get " styled installation method that will get me a 32-bit sage running for now?
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comment How to install Sage on Ubuntu?
@muru And from where do I install that? And how can I do a fresh install of a 64 bit Ubuntu?
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comment How to install Sage on Ubuntu?
@muru Can you explain how to do a fresh install? Like can I avoid having to burn a new disk? Are there versions of sage which work on 32 bit?
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comment How to install Sage on Ubuntu?
@muru Any way to do a fresh install online?
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