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Posted by Tim on May 2, 2003 18:39:01 UTC

Dr. Stafford states:
". Let me add additional unknowable data such that every possible observation consists of a unique pattern even after any arbitrary element is removed from that observation. If that fact is true, then the value of the removed element may be determined via the rule and the remainder of the pattern. The situation may be represented mathematically in the form"

he speaks of every possible observation consists of a unique pattern, i suppose those patterns are x1,x2,x3...xN

and that this remains true even after any arbitrary pattern(he said element) is removed from (my words) the collection of observational patterns. that part being removed i assume is xN-1 .

hence xN = f(x1,x2,x3,...xN-1)

can it be viewed as i've state? or am i missing something.

regards tim

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