Representing mathematical equations
Dave Angel
davea at davea.name
Mon Oct 6 14:50:48 CEST 2014
varun7rs at gmail.com Wrote in message:
> Hello,
>
> I am working on a mathematical equation which I'm finding really hard to express in python. Could any of you spare some time to help me out?
>
> The equation looks like this
>
> b(i,x) = [Σ(l∈L) [bd(l) * dist(l) * hc(l)]] / Σ(l∈L) l
>
> I have a problem in representing the above equation. I don't know how to use teh loops over here to express b(i,x)
>
> i,x,l are sets with different numbers
>
Perhaps you meant L is a set of numbers, none repeated. If you
really meant l, I have no clue.
As for i and x, they don't appear on the right side so they're a
red herring.
I also don't know what bd, dist, and hc are. Are they each a
function of a single number? Or are they vectors, indexed by
int? If so, then presumably L is a set of ints.
How about you express some sample data that you'd like to
evaluate. For example, start with
L = set (1, 4, 3)
bd = [4.3, 12.11, 93, -0.9, 42]
.....
> I'm sorry if the equation is not expressed in a standard form. I don't have LateX
No problem, you did a good job expressing it in unicode in a text
message.
Ii Ll 1
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DaveA
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