A brief tutorial on topological spaces
Math 6131 handout
Jan Mandel
January 26, 2013
Recall some basic concepts of metric spaces, known from the prerequisites (e.g., Math 5070).
Denition 1 Metric space (M, d) is a set M equipped with a distance function
d
Confidence Estimation for Branch Prediction Reversal
Branch prediction reversal has been proved to be an effective alternative approach to dropping
misprediction rates by means of adding a Confidence Estimator to a correlating branch predictor. This
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ELEC 4727/5727 Computer Vision Algorithms & Image Processing
Morphological and Sobel Operators
Background
The goal of this assignment is context of morphology operations: Erosion and Dilation, as well as Sobel filter.
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ELEC 4727/5727 Computer Vision & Image Processing
HW2: OpenCV Morphological Operators
Background
The goal of this assignment is generate an OpenCV IPython Notebook to perform morphology operations:
Erosion and Dilation
Reading assignment:
Morpological Ope
ELEC 4727/5727 Computer Vision & Image Processing
HW4: Face Detection using Haar Cascades
Background
Object detection using Haar feature-based cascade classifiers is an effective face detection method
proposed by Paul Viola and Michael Jones in their pape
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EE6325 VLSI DESIGN
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Theory assignment
The following part of assignment is a purely theoretical task that requires no additional
tools. We need to find the largest possible frame size for the cyclic structured scheduler
by following requirements 1, 2 and 3 for finding the lar
Development of Real-Time Systems
July 3, 2016
Assignment 3
In this assignment we will focus a bit more on the theoretical side. We will
have a look at verifying real-time system by using the cyclic structured construct handled in the course and a simulati
Homework 10: Show that a Riemann integrable function is Lebesgue integrable (the integral for the
Lebesgue measure exists), and the values of the two integrals are the same. Hint: Turn sequences of upper
and lower sums into sequences of integrals of step
Math 6131 Test 1
.
1. Let E be a Banach space, and (X, ) a measured space. Prove that if
fn f in L1 (, E ), then X fn d X f d in E .
Solution.
0.
fn d
fn f d
f d =
|fn f | d = fn f
1
2. Consider the measured space (R, ) where is the Lebesgue measure, an
Review problems 1
In the rst two examples below we assume we already know that the Riemann
integral (when it exists) is the same as the abstract integral.
1. Use the monotone convergence to show that if f (x) = x1/2 then f
L1 (X ), X = (0, 1), and comput
Homework 9. Let (X, ) be a measured space, f : X R be integrable on X , and f 0 on X . Prove
that for every > 0 there exists > 0 such that for every A X with (A) < , A f d < . (Hint: consider
the case when f is bounded rst, then consider fn (x) = min (f (
Homework 7 solution
Problem 9 page 174
Let E be a Hilbert space with countable base. A map f : X E is called
weakly measurable if for every functional the composite f is measurable. Let
f, g be weakly measurable. Show that the map x f (x) , g (x) is measu
Homework 2 solution.
Prove that when (X, dX ) and (Y, dY ) are separable metric spaces, then every
open Z set in X Y is a countable union of sets Z = k=1 Vk Wk , where Vk
are open in (X, dX ) and Wk are open in (Y, dY ) .
Solution. Take in X Y the metric
Homework 3
Problem 1 p. 172
(a) Let M be a -algebra in a set X , and let
f : X Y and g : Y Z
be mappings. Show that
(g f ) = g (f (M) .
Note. Following Example 2 on p. 114, f = f (M) is the collection of all subsets of Y such that their
inverse images are
Homework 4
Problem 3 p. 172
Let cfw_fn be a sequence of measurable functions. Show that the set of those x such that cfw_fn (x) converges
is a measurable set.
Solution. We have fn : X R or C where X is a measurable space. The range is reals or complex
nu
Homework 5 solution
173/7a (Completion of measure) (a) Let (X, M, ) be measured space and
M = cfw_Y X |A, Z M : (Z ) = 0, Y \ A A \ Y Z .
Show that M is a -algebra. If we dene (Y ) = (A) for Y and A as above,
show that is well dened and measure on M.
Sol
Homework 1. The product topology on R R is dened as the smallest topology such that the coordinate
projections of R R onto R,
x1
x1
P1 :
x1 , and P2 :
x2
x2
x2
are continuous, with the usual topology on R. Show that the metric (a.k.a. distance function)