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# MARKED IN CAPITALS BELOW - context Maths/Sets

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 14:49 Aug 13, 2000
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 Portuguese term or phrase: MARKED IN CAPITALS BELOW - context Maths/Sets 1. O conjunto obtido ignora (...) e CORRESPONDE À ENVOLVENTE DOD conjuntos activados. 2. O peso da regra tipo If/then, CHAMADO DE D (rule), é definida como.. 3. A regra existente é substituída por uma outra com a CONSEQUÊNCIA CONDIZENTE com o ponto de treino...4. Deve existir um valor (...), ASSIM QUE haja decorrido tempo suficiente sem que o conjunto seja actualizada. 4. Quando A é B é certo e X é baixo, entao..(How can I avoid repeating so many 'is'?)
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 English translation:>> see below << Explanation:1) "The resulting set ignores (…) and corresponds to the inclusion of the activated sets" NOTES: In the phrase "correspondente à envolvente dod conjuntos," "dod" is probably a typographical error, and the intended word is actually "dos"! (Recall, 'd' is adjacent to 's' on the keyboard…) I'm not positive about "envolvente" = "inclusion," but in the context it's the best I can come up with. 2) "The weight of the standard IF/THEN rule, known as "the D rule," is defined as…" Here's a citation, involving something called "Girard's "Fixpoint Theorem": "our motivation was the reading of program-clauses of a logic program as definitional clauses. We called the new rule the rule of "definitional reflection" or "D-rule"…" and "…the rule of definitional reflection, including the computation of appropriate substitutions in the case of the D-rule." -- www.csl.sri.com/linear/mailing-list-traffic/www/08/mail_2.h... 3) The existing rule is replaced by another rule, with the appropriate [or "proper"] result in terms of [or "with"] the training point…" 4) A value (…) must exist, as soon as sufficient time has passed and the set has not been updated. 5) (How can I avoid repeating so many 'is'?) Here's how: "When A is definitively equal to B, and when the value of X is low, then…" Hope this helps!
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Heathcliff
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Local time: 10:53
 Thanks, yes the typing error was mine, sorry!3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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Explanation:
1) "The resulting set ignores (…) and corresponds to the inclusion of the activated sets"

NOTES: In the phrase "correspondente à envolvente dod conjuntos," "dod" is probably a typographical error, and the intended word is actually "dos"! (Recall, 'd' is adjacent to 's' on the keyboard…) I'm not positive about "envolvente" = "inclusion," but in the context it's the best I can come up with.

2) "The weight of the standard IF/THEN rule, known as "the D rule," is defined as…"

Here's a citation, involving something called "Girard's "Fixpoint Theorem": "our motivation was the reading of program-clauses of a logic program as definitional clauses. We called the new rule the rule of "definitional reflection" or "D-rule"…" and "…the rule of definitional reflection, including the computation of appropriate substitutions in the case of the D-rule." -- www.csl.sri.com/linear/mailing-list-traffic/www/08/mail_2.h...

3) The existing rule is replaced by another rule, with the appropriate [or "proper"] result in terms of [or "with"] the training point…"

4) A value (…) must exist, as soon as sufficient time has passed and the set has not been updated.

5) (How can I avoid repeating so many 'is'?)
Here's how: "When A is definitively equal to B, and when the value of X is low, then…"

Hope this helps!

 HeathcliffUnited StatesLocal time: 10:53Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in pair: 231
 Thanks, yes the typing error was mine, sorry!