I am sorry for the vague title - its because I don't know what I am talking about. I have a function whose value is determined by considering the outputs of some other functions. For example,
F(x) = G(a,b) and H(x) and T(y)
- As you can see, I am not sure how to write the "and" part. That is, I want to say: In order to calculate F(x), you first have to calculate G(a,b) and H(x) and T(y); and then "mix them up in a certain way".
- How can I represent this idea mathematically? Can somone please point me to some resources that further explain this in baby-steps?
Thank you for all your replies. Let me clarify what I want to do. Consider a scenario where I want to find the value of a car. This depends on factors such as mileage, model, number of accidents, and also owner-bias. The owner-bias itself is a function of gender, years of driving experience, and age
So.. how can I come up with a symbolic way to represent this AND also define the interralations between all these factors? I am sorry for the newbie question, please feel free to direct me to the relevant literature/terminology