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By Edward P. C.(Edward P.C. Kao) Kao

Meant for a calculus-based direction in stochastic strategies on the graduate or complicated undergraduate point, this article deals a contemporary, utilized perspective.Instead of the normal formal and mathematically rigorous procedure traditional for texts for this direction, Edward Kao emphasizes the improvement of operational talents and research via quite a few well-chosen examples.

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It is unclear to the writer how dicult { and even less clear how desirable { it would be to design a newer model robot with the ability to recognize these ner shades of meaning. Of course, the question of principle is disposed of at once by the existence of the human brain which does this. But in practice von Neumann's principle applies; a robot designed by us cannot do it until someone develops a theory of \nuance recognition" which reduces the process to a de nitely prescribed set of operations.

109 Chap. 1: PLAUSIBLE REASONING 109 from A; B , be thus represented, or does this require further connectives beyond the above four? Or are these four already overcomplete so that some might be dispensed with? What is the smallest set of operations that is adequate to generate all such \logic functions" of A and B ? If instead of two starting propositions A, B we have an arbitrary number fA1 ; : : :; An g, is this set of operations still adequate to generate all possible logic functions of fA1 ; : : :; An g?

0+ two terms in (2{30) tend to S (1) = 0, but at di erent rates. Therefore everything depends on the exact way in which S (1  ) tends to zero as  ! 0. To investigate this, we de ne a new variable q (x; y ) by S (x) = 1 e q y Then we may choose  = e q , de ne the function J (q ) by S (1  ) = S (1 e q ) = exp[ J (q)] ; (2{33) (2{34) 208 2: The Sum Rule 208 and nd the asymptotic form of J (q ) as q ! 1. Considering now x, q as the independent variables, we have from (2{33) S (y) = S [S (x)] + e q S (x) S 0[S (x)] + O(e 2q ) : Using (2{31) and its derivative S 0 [S (x)] S 0(x) = 1, this reduces to S (y) = 1 x where e (x)  log  q + O(e 2q ) (2{35) ( + )  x S 0 (x) > 0 : S (x) (2{36) With these substitutions our functional equation (2{30) becomes   0

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