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Topic: Function Notation
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Function Notation
Posted: Oct 10, 2010 1:36 AM
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If someone says:

Yn+1 = f(Yn, r) where r is a parameter of f()

the Yn+1 is obviously Yn stepped forwards by something.

My question is - what is it stepped forwards by - one increment of r?
Or one unit of time?

Or am I on the wrong track?


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