Monthly Archives: March 2018

Kitchen Style Tutorials: Set Theory #3

Sets of Sets When we introduced Axiom of Specification, consequences from that were quite drastic. We said that we may only create new sets from sets already existing out there, in the Universe, and we explicitly prohibited the existence of … Continue reading

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Kitchen Style Tutorials: Set Theory #2

Sets In the Vector Space definition – “Collection of objects with a mathematical structure defined over them” – “collection” could be thought of as a thing that manifests itself only through a concept of “belonging”. Such thing, which interacts with … Continue reading

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Kitchen Style Tutorials: Set Theory #1

Mathematical Space Mathematical space is a collection of objects with a structure defined over them.┬áThis definition as a whole, as well as the words used in it and their relations, may seem too vague, broad, and ambiguous. What is “object”? … Continue reading

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Data Science Done Right (the Kitchen Style) #18

After rotating our ECG data of a pregnant women into a principal eigenbasis, and selecting 3 minor components of interest, showing perspiration rate and child’s heartbeat, we may try to separate child’s heartbeat and mother’s perspiration waves into different sub-datasets … Continue reading

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