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I am a PhD student at TU Delft, working in applied probability and stochastic optimal control. My current focus is on approximate model-checking of stochastic systems via bisimulations (a part of computer science). I am interested in a wide field of applications, in particular in some areas of finance, such as risk theory.


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comment Aligning both tikz pictures and their captions
Thank you, I'll try this.
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comment Using a single symbol from an MnSymb package
Thanks, but it still brings the error "too many alphabets". Original document does compile with no problems.
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comment Numbering of assumptions
Thanks, for some reason it now works well even if I don't use \asref and just write Assumption \ref{as:1}-$\mathcal A$. Many thanks for your effort and patience with this question.
Mar
24
comment Numbering of assumptions
@egreg: this is stated in the first example in the OP. I would like the assumption's title to be exactly Assumption 1-$\mathcal F$ and Assumption 2-$\mathcal F$. At the same time, I would like to write in the text Assumption 1-$\mathcal A$, Assumption 1-$\mathcal B$ and Assumption 1-$\mathcal C$ so that each of them refers to the assumption Assumption 1-$\mathcal F$. The same I would like to be able to do for Assumption 2-$\mathcal F$. Please, tell me whether this is clear.
Mar
24
comment Numbering of assumptions
I've added all three cases: the first one (titles are bad, references are ideal for me), the second one (my own attempt, titles are the way I want, references differ from the first case) and the third one (your suggestion, titles are good, references differ from the first case again). Did I implement your code correctly?
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comment Numbering of assumptions
@cfr: thanks for advice, did that
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comment Numbering of assumptions
I've updated the OP - hope it is clear now.
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comment Numbering of assumptions
For example, when I am using \begin{assumption}[$-\mathcal A$] everything goes besides the point the parentheses are present in the title: Assumption 1 ($-\mathcal A$), but at least I can call refer to this Assumption in text the way I desire. Perhaps, there is a chance to fix these parentheses? Otherwise, I can just start using Assumption 1 ($\mathcal A$) both in the title and in text.
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23
comment Numbering of assumptions
Thanks a lot, though I've need to refer to this assumption in the body text with $\mathcal A$ taking different values. Say, I would like Assumption 1-$\mathcal B$ and Assumption 1-$\mathcal C$ both refer to Assumption 1. In the way I was trying to do this everything goes fine but the fact that the numbering is 1.1 rather than just 1. Moreover, the numbering does not go automatically - e.g. there never appears even Assumption 1.2 (Assumption 2 would be desired here). Unfortunately, if I do they way you proposed, the reference is 1-$\mathcal F$ rather than just 1. Please tell me, if I'm clear.