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Between the ops
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I suppose that between evertyhing is there something. E. g. xy = x*y (multiplication).
I suppose that between every operators must be there a multiplication, let us call it operational multiplication: □
For example:
xy = x*y
123 = 1*100 + 2*10 + 3
¬x = ¬ □ x
¬¬x = ¬ □ ¬ □ x
(x = y) = (x □ = □ y)
etc ...
And as the "normal" multiplication has power and functional multiplication (f o c = f( c )) has functional power (f^oN = f o f o ... o f) as the operational multiplication has operational power and roots: O □ O □ ... □ O = O^□N
For instance:
(¬¬x)^□0.5 = x or ¬x, because id id x = x and ¬¬x = x, right?
What do you think, is it exist or not? Can we substitute operational multiplication with other multiplication, like the functional or not?
Xorter Unizo
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Messages In This Thread
Between the ops - by Xorter - 03/29/2017, 06:27 PM
RE: Between the ops - by Gottfried - 03/30/2017, 07:39 PM
RE: Between the ops - by Xorter - 04/01/2017, 11:31 AM
RE: Between the ops - by Gottfried - 04/01/2017, 12:10 PM
RE: Between the ops - by Xorter - 04/01/2017, 06:07 PM



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