Hitoshi Kitada (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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> From: Phil Diamond <email@example.com>
> To: "Stephen P. King" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Subject: Re: degeneracy of distributivity
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> On Fri, 7 May 1999, Stephen P. King wrote:
> > Dear Phil,
> > I think that it is what I am talking about! :) This degeneracy of
> > distributivity is what I thinking about. ;) I am thinking that the
> > dificulty may be dealt with in a practical sense by showing that
> > computations of asymptotic approximations to a norm (which is some sort
> > of limit -> oo) are possible for some classes of finite state systems
> > (involving bisimulation).
> > Has any study been done on the nature of this "normally distributed
> > vector"? Is is complex in the Chiatin sense?
> > http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/CDMTCS/chaitin/max.html (equating the
> > vector to a bit string)
> Not to my knowledge - essentially the result follows from the degeneracy
> of the normal in a Banach space of functions.
> I also found: http://www.mathe.tu-freiberg.de/math/publ/pre/95_12/
> > which is apparently (from the abstract) dealing with this question! :)
> Ralf Korner's result is different - there is no assumption of what
> distribution the random sets have. See also Diamond & Korner "Extended
> fuzzy linear models and least squares estimates", Computers Math.
> Applic. 33 (1997), 15-32.
> > Would you happen to have poscript or TeX e-versions of these papers? I
> > will try to order the book...
> The book was our attempt to put a lot of fuzzy concepts on a systematic
> and rigorous basis and brings together in a book a lot of scattered
> results in papers. The basis of much of it is the link between usc fuzzy
> convex fuzzy sets and certain function spaces. This is really a basis for
> mathematical analysis using these objects and is a far cry from many of
> the applications that are being used on computers.
> The paper files are 12 years old and no longer Amstex because of so many
> font changes and system changes that our network has undergone. You would
> be better off (& much easier for me) to get them on interlibrary loan if
> your uni library does not have them.
> cordially, phil
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