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'Black Box Code'
Posted: Oct 12, 2009 2:14 PM
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and all 4«~ ?superpositions of a classless than ??», moreover, the
maximum of
the classes of thesuperpositions A,,J»»*,..... ....... ..$, is equal
to
n?I-Superposition the class of which is not less than 1is called
superposition
of elementary, objects of *S . The.mass of superpositions of the
objects is
designated by"*:'; Examples of the superposition of class 1 are, for
the pro+
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the smallest number of the signs + and ?, by {means} of which it is
possible to
express all the numbers from 1 to m. In order to obtain from theorem
2
the
eva-luation of L(m), we assume that /«l, Pa«*. *»«2, &¡^0, if 1^2.
In
this case,
it is possible to find a more accurate value off,, namely c,«4.
Here,
j> <«)-!,
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