I stand on what I posted.
So do you - literally :-]
k. p. collins
"Doktor DynaSoar" <targeting at OMCL.mil> wrote in message
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> On Tue, 17 Feb 2004 15:12:46 -0400, "NMF"
> <nm_fournier at ns.sympatico.ca> wrote:
>> } Please define cD? (crucial data?).
>> 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.
>> } If you actually think that the
> } geometrical shape of a neuron plays no role in the coordination
> } spatiotemporal regulation of neuronal activity, I would say your
> } wrong.
>> So would I. However, the question was about calculating cD from an
> arbitrary time series; strictly a matter of nonlinear statistics. The
> topology of part of the brain, which was the essence of Ken's "answer"
> is about as relevant to this question as the presence of hematite on
> Mars is to the structure of Shakespear's sonnets. Even of the time
> series was one of neuro-electric activity, his answer is irrelevant.
> Mathematics does not change with the subject it is being applied to.