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 Post subject: Implicit semantics???Posted: Thu, 1 May 2008 01:37:01 UTC
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Hi Everyone,

I'm currently struggling with the concept of Implicit semantics within my "Discrete" module (also known as Computational Mathematics). As a Software Engineer I can relate most of the function/algorithmic areas. However the same cannot be said for implicit!

I'm struggling in particular with the following question.

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A function G is described with implicit semantics as follows

If s=<1,2,3> and t=<4,5>, evaluate G (s,t)

Regards,

Lee

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 Post subject: Posted: Thu, 1 May 2008 12:58:37 UTC
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Hi Lee,
Is it not

Top(σ) =top(t)=5
And
Pop(σ)=pop(s)=2,3

Therefore σ=2,3,5
Hence G(s,t)=2,3,5

Not sure this helps, its a bit new to me, but its a starter. Perhaps someone could confirm

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