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Forum List  Follow Ups  Post Message  Back to Thread Topics  In Response To Posted by Aurino Souza on May 1, 2001 17:54:36 UTC 
What I really had in mind was something like this: given a certain amount of data, how many models exist which describe the data? I think it's fair to assume there are several. For instance, in terms of math, you can express the same equation in several different ways, none of them less right than the other. You can also come up with several approximations and all their different versions, which add up to a lot of ways of describing the same data.


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