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    • CommentAuthordr
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2012
    I'd like to know why this question is not getting enough attention here ?

    There are neither down votes nor comments and not even closed ?
    What will be the fate of this question ? Please feel free to criticize it .
    • CommentAuthorquid
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2012 edited

    It seems to be invisible ;D

    (What question are you talking about?)

    Edit: seems to be that one

    Brief response: the question is not selfcontained, which is a minor issue but might explain why it gets little attention. Also it is not exactly clear what type of singularities you want. You seem to want that the k+1 th derivative 'blows up'. But what does this mean precisely if the original function had two variables.

    Moreover, and very importantly, it is not clear why you want this. In the 1 dim case you had a different type of singularity. Now you generalize two two dim and want a different singularity. So this seems not very well motivated (without further elaboration).


    I'm guessing dr means this one:
    I wonder what the statistic is: percentage of (non-closed) questions that get no answers.

    • CommentAuthorquid
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2012

    Now we have two candidates...

    Gerald Edgar: thank you, but I am now pretty convinced it is the other one (the one I give). Unfortunately I did not remember dr's MO name right away, but then remembered a somewhat recent meta thread

    • CommentAuthorWill Jagy
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2012 edited
    dr, I believe I see your problem. You have asked, at this point, 93 questions on MSE, and answered three only, which were your own questions. You have asked two questions on MO and answered none. I recommend answering about 20 questions by other people on MSE, to the point where you are regularly getting upvotes. Meanwhile, answer a few on MO. Somewhere in there, you will learn what makes a question worth the time and effort of the reader. Ask not what MO can do for you, ask what you can do for MO.