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revised Deviation from power law distribution of earthquakes
fixed grammar
Jul
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asked Deviation from power law distribution of earthquakes
Jul
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comment Dimension of vector resulting from tensorial product
@Pepx depends on the subset of matrix you are talking about (symmetric, antisymmetric, unitary...). In the most general case the dimension is indeed n*c.
Jul
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comment Dimension of vector resulting from tensorial product
@Pepx look here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_product . Anyway the right definition is that of Cristoph.
Jul
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comment Dimension of vector resulting from tensorial product
@Karsus matrix is only a square table of numbers. Then depending on the way they tranforms we can call in a different ways.
Jul
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comment What is the relationship between Energy, Entropy, and Information?
Entropy measure the total variation of energy. If the system is going on a more foundamental state loose a part of energy and entropy increase, on contrary entropy is diminished.
Jul
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answered What is the relationship between Energy, Entropy, and Information?
Jul
5
answered Dimension of vector resulting from tensorial product
Jul
4
answered Sound “exploding” in car's window at certain speed
Jun
12
answered List of physics paradoxes
Jun
9
awarded  Teacher
Jun
9
revised Hipothetical universe history with power law distributed matter
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Jun
9
comment Hipothetical universe history with power law distributed matter
Ok, sorry. What i mean is that matter and light form "clusters" with no characteristic length.
Jun
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answered Books that every physicist should read
Jun
9
asked Hipothetical universe history with power law distributed matter
Jun
9
comment Wick rotation and the arrow of time
Bar Mosche What does it means from the physical point of view?
Jun
9
accepted SOC and the butterfly effect
Jun
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comment Lacking of scale and distribution moments
@LubosMotl I did not understand your last statement, by definition a distribution has to satisfy $\int_{\Omega}f(x)dx=1$. So what you mean when you saying "normalizable distribution"?
Jun
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asked SOC and the butterfly effect
Jun
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accepted Lacking of scale and distribution moments