Computational Example

Bounded Class Data

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Bounded Class Dimensions

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

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Count multisets

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Squared multiset Counts

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Squared Multiset Counts Summation

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Separatory Values

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


  1. Note that Mathcad was used in producing this computational example and that the Mathcad ORIGIN function applies to all arrays such that if one array requires a zero origin in a formula using both arrays that the other arrays are required to use a zero origin.
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