Why is P(A,D_j) <= P(A)P(D_j) in the proof ?

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- Mar 18th 2011, 03:16 AMQuantumOttavianis inequality
Why is P(A,D_j) <= P(A)P(D_j) in the proof ?

- Mar 18th 2011, 03:19 AMQuantum
peecee.dk | Vis upload Hjælp_til_bevis[1].pdf

Here is the fil with the PDF. Hope someone can help me!

Thank you! - Mar 18th 2011, 11:22 PMmatheagle
that link didn't help

I used that inequality sometime ago on a paper......

that's funny

I googled the inequality

and I right on top of the search was that paper of mine - Mar 18th 2011, 11:33 PMCaptainBlack
- Mar 18th 2011, 11:43 PMmatheagle
I thought about buying it, but I should have a copy here, jk.

I was surprised that the first thing in google was a paper of mine from 93.

I didn't think anyone read my crap.

I always considered myself the Kilgore Trout of probability.

Sandor Csorgo, passed away two years ago, sadly.

He was so kind, in one paper to referenced nine of my papers.

I was really proud of that.

Talking about charging, lately I've had to pay page proofs.

One colleague was charged over 500 Euro last year for that. - Mar 20th 2011, 02:34 AMQuantum
try page 27/129.

peecee.dk | Vis upload SS1.211[1].pdf - Mar 20th 2011, 08:39 AMCaptainBlack
... I should have added that it was a piece of crap and one day I may well write a paper explaining why, which of course will never be accepted for publication (particularly by SIAM Review who seem to have a downer on papers critical of stuff they have published, and by implication the very poor job that their peer reviewers and editors can do).

CB - Mar 20th 2011, 08:42 AMCaptainBlack
- Mar 20th 2011, 01:48 PMmatheagle
I don't like to download unknown files.

But I finally went ahead and did so.

But I cannot find page 27

I see pages 161-285, I looked at chapter 27, but I couldn't find the inequality.

And even though it's not in English I can understand most of these theorems.

I may just open up Chow-Teicher and figure out what you're asking. - Mar 20th 2011, 02:08 PMmatheagle