Monthly Archives: December 2013

A great probability inequality

Introductory probability textbooks emphasize the ubiquity of Cauchy-Schwarz inequality in proving other inequalities. Some related inequalities include Holder’s inequality, Young’s inequality, geometric mean arithmetic mean inequality, which ultimately all boil down to Jensen’s inequality. These inequalities form the foundation of … Continue reading

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eclipse tips

In the past I have been repeatedly discouraged by the difficulty of successfully importing projects into eclipse. Despite its high publicity and good reputation, I never bothered learning it, until now. In my current job I have to read massive … Continue reading

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