Pure unadulterated idiocy. Wow, never seen such a dumbass.
Wall Street quant >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Terrence Tao
MFE >>>>>>>>>>> Math PhD >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Econ PhD
Most of the posters don't actually know math discovered after 1904. Why do posters here venerate Terry Tao despite rarely acknowledging other top (living) mathematicians?
Actually, make that 1907 since Riesz-Fischer is Theorem 11.34 in the third edition of Rudin Principles of Mathematical Analysis. I forgot that the chapter of the book--it's actually quite a mess, Rudin venerators--includes that in addition to the very basics of measure theory that appeared in Lebesgue's 1904 paper.
Eh, I don't think anyone has ever made the case that Rudin's principles text is worthwhile reading for anything but flavor past chapter eight.
Additionally, 1907 may be too early. Most of the common fixed point theorems in economics---the contraction mapping theorem, the KKM lemma, Katukani's fixed point theorem, etc.---weren't discovered until the 1920s through 1940s. Dynamic programming as economists understand it only took off in the 1950s.
Most of the posters don't actually know math discovered after 1904. Why do posters here venerate Terry Tao despite rarely acknowledging other top (living) mathematicians?
Actually, make that 1907 since Riesz-Fischer is Theorem 11.34 in the third edition of Rudin Principles of Mathematical Analysis. I forgot that the chapter of the book--it's actually quite a mess, Rudin venerators--includes that in addition to the very basics of measure theory that appeared in Lebesgue's 1904 paper.
Please, non-theorybros don't actually the know the proofs of the fixed-point theorems.
Eh, I don't think anyone has ever made the case that Rudin's principles text is worthwhile reading for anything but flavor past chapter eight.Additionally, 1907 may be too early. Most of the common fixed point theorems in economics---the contraction mapping theorem, the KKM lemma, Katukani's fixed point theorem, etc.---weren't discovered until the 1920s through 1940s. Dynamic programming as economists understand it only took off in the 1950s.Most of the posters don't actually know math discovered after 1904. Why do posters here venerate Terry Tao despite rarely acknowledging other top (living) mathematicians?Actually, make that 1907 since Riesz-Fischer is Theorem 11.34 in the third edition of Rudin Principles of Mathematical Analysis. I forgot that the chapter of the book--it's actually quite a mess, Rudin venerators--includes that in addition to the very basics of measure theory that appeared in Lebesgue's 1904 paper.
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Most of the posters don't actually know math discovered after 1904. Why do posters here venerate Terry Tao despite rarely acknowledging other top (living) mathematicians?Actually, make that 1907 since Riesz-Fischer is Theorem 11.34 in the third edition of Rudin Principles of Mathematical Analysis. I forgot that the chapter of the book--it's actually quite a mess, Rudin venerators--includes that in addition to the very basics of measure theory that appeared in Lebesgue's 1904 paper.