Optimal classification/Rypka/examples/computational

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Computational Example[edit | edit source]

Bounded Class Data[edit | edit source]

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Bounded Class Dimensions[edit | edit source]

G = 28 - 28 elements - i = 0...G-1[1]

C = 10 - 10 characteristics or attributes - j = 0...C-1

V = 5 - 5 valued logic - l = 0...V-1

Order of Elements[edit | edit source]

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Count multisets[edit | edit source]

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Squared multiset Counts[edit | edit source]

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Squared Multiset Counts Summation[edit | edit source]

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Separatory Values[edit | edit source]

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max(T) = 309 = S8 = highest initial separatory value

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Mathcad's ORIGIN function applies to all arrays such that if more than one array is being used and one array requires a zero origin then the other arrays must use a zero origin with all variables being adapted as well.