> Correlation dimension. Dimension is typically termed "D". There can be
> several kinds of dimension. The question which Ken answered with
> irrelevant material involved calculation od correlation deminsion (cD)
> from a time series.
Thank-you for the clarification. It makes more sense now. I didn't really
have the feeling that you thought that. It's an interesting field of
investigation and it can be very difficult to discern the nature of these
non-linear trends within the activity of biological systems.
> Mathematics does not change with the subject it is being applied to.
I agree totally with you.