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Your Transformation Is Defined

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 27, 2001 15:19:32 UTC

As soon as you use the shift symmetry and rotational symmetry, you are putting definition into your data. Why do you refuse to talk about thaT. or, why did you find it necessary to use these transformations, I think of them as assumptions, in your development. Can you make the same development without using shift symmetry or rotational symmetry? If not, then you have put definition into your data.

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Richard

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