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Posted by Tim on May 6, 2003 02:16:09 UTC

i'm begining to see a bit of the forest for the trees :)

what helped my understanding most was your referance about filling out almost infinite data sets at any instant of time (here i can see that the unknown data could be unique with time although it would not have to be) and additonaly including an almost infinite number of points in time, i.e., different data sets, so that in each data set at most one data point changes. i had been overlooking Dr. Dick's further referance to time when i got stuck.

i am highly appreciative of your viewpoint.

regards tim

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