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Meaning of sum of powers in a multiplication

This is possibly a very basic question, but I’m still new to complexity theory. Let $F$ be the functional that maps $\mathcal{A}$ to the real numbers, where $\mathcal{A} = \{0,1\}^* \cup \{a\}$. Define a new function $F’$, where $F'(a) = 2$ and $F'(0) = 0$. Also, define $F'(\mu)$ by
$$F'(\mu) = \sum_{i=0}^{k} \mu(a^i \cdot a^{k-i})$$
where $\mu$ is the uniform distribution over the nonempty words $a^i \cdot a^{k-i} \in \mathcal{A}^*$.
Is there an easy way to see that $F'(\mu) \geq 0.5(1-1/k)$? (I’m not even sure that that’s right; I was thinking of using the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, but the fact that $\mu$ is not a probability distribution seems to make that problematic.)

A:

You can get this by induction on $k$. It’s best to do it by reducing everything to a problem about sets of integers. For the induction base, suppose $k=1$, so that $\mu$ is the measure $$\mu(a\cdot 0) + \mu(0\cdot a)=1+0=1.$$ Now take any word $w=a^i\cdot 0$ with $0\le i\le k$, and let $j=|a^i|$. This means that $w$ has length $j+1-i$ and is uniquely of the form $a^{i-1}\cdot 0=a^{j-1}\cdot a$. The term on the left of the equation is $\mu(w)$, which is $1/(j+1)$ because that’s the measure of the set $A$ of integers of the form $j, File size: 23.12 MB. Uploaded Today 02:54. Downloads: 2078. Some files may be download from another server. PDFtoMusic Pro v1.6.5 – SeuPirate Torrent download at SEUSPIRA.TYPTOP.COM, largest free torrents tracker & index of Free Movies torrents.Saudi Arabia is turning to China to bankroll a long-awaited project that will revive its biggest oilfield and usher in a new round of spending that economists say will help the kingdom turn a corner in its flagging economy. Last week, Alwaleed Bin Talal, an investor whose family owns 20 percent of the world’s top crude oil producer, agreed to pump at least$200 billion of cash into the largely state-owned Saudi Aramco over the next 25 years. It’s the biggest investment ever in the world’s biggest oil company, which holds some $760 billion in cash. The deal, announced in Abu Dhabi, also dwarfs the most lucrative U.S. shale oil and gas deals, bringing together the wealthy prince whose$31 billion fortune is larger than Saudi Arabia’s entire annual budget in a partnership with the state-owned China National Petroleum Corp. and the China Offshore Oil Corp.

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