1. How to verify which logic law do times series have? 2. How to generate times series data that have some logic law but do not include distributive law?

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10/22/2016 6:53:40 AM

On 22/10/2016 19:53, meInvent bbird wrote: > 1. How to verify which logic law do times series have? > > 2. How to generate times series data that have some logic law > > but do not include distributive law? This is prima facie nonsense. A time series is a sequence of numeric values; a "law of logic" in your sense appears to be an algebraic relationship such as the distributive law. Please give an example where these two very different domains interact. This appears to be a homework problem (from Hong Kong). Have you quoted it correctly? [added sci.logic, alt.algebra.help] -- --------------------------- | BBB b \ Barbara at LivingHistory stop co stop uk | B B aa rrr b | | BBB a a r bbb | ,008015L080180,022036,029037 | B B a a r b b | ,047045,L014114L4. | BBB aa a r bbb | -----------------------------

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10/22/2016 7:32:27 PM