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Is this decypherable?

  1. Jun 24, 2009 #1
    Hi I'm a newbie. I'm an engineer trying to solve some practical problems related to particles. I'm trying to use sets and logic to create an environment where I can model these babies, and I'm new to set theory. For re-assurance (and I'm sure, some help), I'd be grateful if I could get some feedback as to whether some of these sets are decypherable. I hope that this is the right place to post this...

    Here's one:

    Lambda-b.gif

    What I'm trying to say here is:

    If the real value b (that is associated with the particle w_i) is a part of the real interval lambda_j (that is associated with lambda) then the w_i is a part of the set Lambda_j; this is to be applied to all particles w_i of the domain Omega...with the intention that the Lambda_J will be created with a 1 to 1 correspondence to lambda_j. I have created the Coordinate set C_Lambda because I want to use this when the random variables are created later, so it is a kind of property of Lambda.

    Is this what you see?

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
     
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