# User talk:Sullivan.t.j/Archive3

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## Re: Sample continuous process

Apologies for incorrect change. I misread {} as [] somehow. Algebraist 16:58, 19 June 2008 (UTC)

## Brnstar

 The Original Barnstar For numerous valuable contributions to mathematics-related articles. Good work! Nsk92 (talk) 00:34, 30 July 2008 (UTC)

## Local martingale

Look please at Talk:Local martingale; there is a question to you. Boris Tsirelson (talk) 05:51, 7 October 2008 (UTC)

## Fraňková–Helly selection theorem

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It's better to move the article by using the move feature, rather than to cut-and-paste. This way the edit history remains attached to the contents of the article, which can be important for determining who contributed what. siℓℓy rabbit (talk) 11:54, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
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## Caristi fixed point theorem

Hi, Thanks for your contributions there. I find the current version a little terse. Is there any way of elaborating a bit so it would be more accessible to geometers in addition to analysts? Katzmik (talk) 13:09, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

## Digraph of quaternion group

That's a very nice image you've created for the Cayley graph of the quaternion group. Have you tried rotating the inner square by 90 degrees clockwise? I made one of these for fun a couple weeks ago and I thought it was more visually pleasing since the crossing arrows become more symmetric. It's only a personal opinion, I just didn't know if you were aware of this. 74.192.194.29 (talk) 02:51, 23 October 2009 (UTC)

That's a really simple change with very nice effects. Thank you! Sullivan.t.j (talk) 21:19, 23 October 2009 (UTC)

## Not a proof by contradiction

You're certainly in excellent company when you think Euclid's proof of the infinitude of primes is by contradiction, as in this edit. But nonetheless that is an error. See Euclid's theorem my joint paper with Catherine Woodgold cited there. Michael Hardy (talk) 19:35, 11 March 2010 (UTC)

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## Fair use rationale for File:Barry Garner.jpg

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## Banach Bundle article

Hi, I recognized that you are responsible for the definition made in Banach bundle, I'm a little puzzled. By Fell, a Banach bundle is a Bundle is two topological spaces X, B and an continuous open surjection from B to X, such that each fiber ${\displaystyle B_{x}}$ is a Banach space, satisfying some continuity for the norm, addition and skalar multiplication.

This is the most common definition I've seen so far, and nearly every work that uses Banach bundles references Fell. So I'm not sure if you're definition is a generalization of Fells, or maybe another notion of a Banach bundle in a different field of mathematics.

In any way, I think the definition by Fell should be somehow included. Any suggestions? -- Roman3 (talk) 20:02, 3 June 2010 (UTC)

I don't know the detail's of Fell's definition; the one that I wrote up was the one given by Lang in Differential Manifolds. It does seem to me, though, that the two definitions agree except that in Lang's version the base space is a Banach manifold, not just a topological space. Sullivan.t.j (talk) 21:36, 3 June 2010 (UTC)

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## Fair use rationale for File:EarthForce One with escort.jpg

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## transportation problem on the real line

Hi, I see you created the page on mass transport problem, and you did a section on the mass transport problem on the real line. You mention that the cost of the transport is thus given by ${\displaystyle \int c(F_{\mu }^{-1}(s),F_{\nu }^{-1}(s))ds}$ I don't manage to find a reference for such a result (I only find references in the specific case where c(x,y) is given by an L_p norm). Do you know if such a reference exist in the literature ? I guess the demo is simple, but I need a reference as it is for an article.

Thank you very much in advance!

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## Barrier cone

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## Differentiation in Ito calculus

Would you mind taking a look at the talk page on Ito calculus? Your contributions are being held up as support for the continued existence of the section about the so-called Allouba derivative. I'm trying to come to some sort of agreement about what should be done. My personal feeling is that it's a minor result and does not deserve a place in such a short article.

Many thanks. SimonL (talk) 00:22, 18 August 2011 (UTC)

SimonL — As you'll see on the Talk:Itō calculus discussion page, I've offered my opinion. Since my edits are now both the topic of this long-standing delete-revert war and being held up as evidence in the same conflict, I feel that the best I can do is give some perspective on what motivated my edits and (with a heavy tone of exasperation in my typing) plea for some calm. This is not the first iteration of this particualr discussion about this article, and I fear it will not be the last... Sullivan.t.j (talk) 04:19, 18 August 2011 (UTC)
Good, I appreciate your efforts. SimonL (talk) 18:34, 18 August 2011 (UTC)

## Korn's inequality

Hi there, I noticed your name in the edit history of Korn's inequality. There's a famous nonlinear generalization of this inequality due to Friesecke, James, and Müller that should be mentioned there. Do you know if we already have an article about this inequality somewhere? Sławomir Biały (talk) 12:34, 29 February 2012 (UTC)

## Issue with Levy-Prokhorov metric page

There's an error that seems to have shown up on the original page about the Levy-Prokhorov metric that seems to have propagated to the current version.

Specifically, the claim is made on that page that it makes a difference if you change the word "Borel" in the definition to the word "open" or "closed". Replacing "Borel" with "closed" doesn't change anything: the epsilon-ball around a set is the same as epsilon-ball around its closure.

A mildly more complicated argument deals with replacing Borel by open. If mu(A)<=nu(A_eps)+eps for every *open* set A, then take eta>0 arbitrary. Now mu(B)<= mu(B_eta) <= nu(B_{eps+eta})+eps. Since this works for arbitrary eta, you get the same metric.

71.141.102.210 (talk) 07:44, 29 June 2012 (UTC)Anthony Quas