## Weekly Reading 14: Ongoing

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## Category: Mathematics

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Weekly Reading 14: Ongoing

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Stochastic Differential Equations, a tourist’s guide

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An Introduction to the Scalar Riemann-Hilbert Problem

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Brownian Motion and Its Properties

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A linear Model to predict wine quality

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Some of My Pain Through Exploring Mathematics

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Convolution: From Probability theory to Fourier analysis (Vol.2)

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Convolution: From Probability theory to Fourier analysis (Vol.1)

Nearly half a year has passed since my last post, but at least I do remember that I have a website of my own. Many…

Of all the random choices you made in your entire life, none of them can prevent you from meeting this article.

21. Beweis der Existenz linearer Differentialgleichungen mit vorgeschriebener Monodromiegruppe

Friedrich Nietzsche — "You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star."

This assignment uses a linear programming routine to predict wine quality from chemical measurements.

Here contain some of my works towards the road exploring mathematics. A place of thriving, the time of memory.

This post talks about the justification of convolution from measure theory. Measure Theory We first introduce the following three theorems. Theorem 1: Suppose $latex f$…

Continue reading → Convolution: From Probability theory to Fourier analysis (Vol.2)

After this post, I decided to organize my understanding of convolution in this series. Probability Theory We shall define some concepts and theorems: A function…

Continue reading → Convolution: From Probability theory to Fourier analysis (Vol.1)