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Mar
27
comment general sum notation considering also not incremental indexing
How can I refer to the last element of $p(i)$ ?
Mar
27
accepted general sum notation considering also not incremental indexing
Mar
27
comment general sum notation considering also not incremental indexing
you're perfectly right. thank you very much!
Mar
27
comment general sum notation considering also not incremental indexing
thank you. This is my case: $H=\{1,2,3\}$ and $p(H)$. For example: $p(1)=\{1,2,3,4\}$ and $p(2)=\{3,8,9\}$. So, it is correct if I use this notation? $\sum_{i\in H}\sum_{j\in p(H)}$. It would solve my problems...
Mar
27
comment general sum notation considering also not incremental indexing
thank you! suppose I have a double summation: $\sum_{i\in H}\sum_{j\in p}$ where $p$ changes in function of $i$ (different starting points incremental, not incremental)
Mar
27
asked general sum notation considering also not incremental indexing
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accepted Combination of two sets: a proper definition.
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asked Combination of two sets: a proper definition.