Michael Hardy

Minneapolis

After doing nearly all the coursework for a Ph.D. in math, I then did all the coursework for a Ph.D. in statistics and completed that degree.
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revised $L^1$ and $L^2$ norm inequaliy
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revised How to apply non-linear regression to Logistic (sigmoid) curve
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answered Equilibrium distribution of Ehrenfest's urn
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asked Equilibrium distribution of Ehrenfest's urn
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revised Simple proof that $\pi$ is irrational - using prime factors of denominator
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revised Question about the biholomorphic mapping $w = z+\frac{a^2}{z}$
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revised Proof of Markov property for Ehrenfest urn
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comment Rates of convergence of an OLS estimator
The specified form of you matrix $x$ tells you something about $(x'x)^{-1}$. My first thought is to get bounds on the variance of $b$ as a function of $k$, and then to apply Chebyshev's inequality.
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revised Rates of convergence of an OLS estimator
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answered Rates of convergence of an OLS estimator
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comment Rates of convergence of an OLS estimator
What is $u$? ${}\qquad{}$
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revised Truncation of partitions generating function question
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revised Contradiction on prime decomposition
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revised Finding points that satisfy $f(a) = \sup f(x)$
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comment Probabilistic techniques, methods, and ideas in ("undergraduate") real analysis
Here's another use of probability in analysis: math.stackexchange.com/questions/215352/…
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revised Finding points that satisfy $f(a) = \sup f(x)$
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revised Finding points that satisfy $f(a) = \sup f(x)$
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answered Evaluation of an integral of some expressions involving fractions
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