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Posted by Rowanda on December 22, 2004 03:33:45 UTC

Paragraph 1. Information is to be explained

2.Suddenly all information is known. What does that mean? And understanding of information is needed. What does that mean? So far it sounds like a model of poll sampling.

3. I presume A is all the available info whether we know it, and B is what we actually know.
Now C is not defined to be an expectation value, which is what you called the explanation in the preceding paragraphs. So it would appear that as is, C could not be a model of an explanation. In fact, there are no constraints on C except that it only contain elements of B. I do not see how you can define a model on this basis.

I really cannot go on until you resolve the apparent discrepancies.

wanda

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