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Re: Idempotence and "Replication Insensitivity" are equivalent ?

From: vc <boston103_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 24 Sep 2006 06:32:45 -0700
Message-ID: <1159104765.890225.310700@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>

Phil Carmody wrote:
[...]
> > 1. what {0, 1} is according to you;
>
> It is a set containing the two elements, 0 and 1.
> Are you a bit thick?
>

What does the set {0, 1} represent ? What is the median for a set like {head, tail} ? Why ?

> > 2. what is the median of {0, 1} and why.
> >
> > How about that ?
>
> Useless. It depends on the domain you're working in. If you're going
> to ask a question that demands a precise answer, then please try
> a bit harder to be a bit more precise with the question.

You earlier claimed that "There are some sets, such as {0, 1}, where every value between 0 and 1 (including both endpoints)

is minimum."

Please provide the median definition and show how according to the definition you computed medians for {0, 1}.

>
> Bit-thickness confirmed.
>
> sci.math retained for obvious reasons. Only embarressed by the fact
> that you're such a palooka.
> http://redwing.hutman.net/%7Emreed/warriorshtm/palooka.htm
>
> Phil
> --
> "Home taping is killing big business profits. We left this side blank
> so you can help." -- Dead Kennedys, written upon the B-side of tapes of
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Received on Sun Sep 24 2006 - 08:32:45 CDT

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