ì(enl(A)) > R(ì(A)): Moreover, if R R is dimension-free, such inequalities are often viewed as concentration inequalities. One question of interest which will be addressed here is whether or not such a function (of course, such that R( p) . p) exists. Besides the measure, the answer depends in an essential manner on the enlargement which is usually built… (More)
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