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Topic: Average length of random 1-expansions
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r3769

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Registered: 12/12/04
Re: Average length of random 1-expansions
Posted: Oct 30, 2000 10:48 PM
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Gerry Myerson wrote in message ...
>In article <39fdfcec_1@news3.calweb.com>, "r3769" <r3769@calweb.com>
>wrote:
>

>> Choose a[i] (randomly) subject to floor(a[i]*x[i])=1,
>> and then set x[i+1]=a[i]*x[i]-1.

>
>Just to make sure we're all on the same wavelength here: you haven't
>mentioned any restriction on a[i], but I take it you want it to be
>an integer?
>

Yes. Sorry for the confusion.

R. Burge









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