Representing mathematical equations
Dave Angel
davea at davea.name
Mon Oct 6 19:24:58 CEST 2014
varun7rs at gmail.com Wrote in message:
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>> Okay, I forgot to explain them. L is a set of links, dist is a number (distance), bd is the bandwidth and hc is a number as well (hopcount)...different bandwidths, hopcounts and distances for different links...
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>> b(i,x) is what i intend to calculate out of these details...here 'i' could be the head or tail of the link l and x is a node that hosts i
>
> Unbelievable. I again forgot to express them
>
> L = [(1,3), (5,7), .....]
> bd = [23, 34,43.44.....]
> dist = [3,7,5,7, ....]
> hc = [2,3,4,1,2,2,...]
> for every l belonging to L, i could be either 1 or 3 for L[0], similarly for L[1] it could be 5 or 7
Now it's clear I don't have a clue. L is either a set or a list.
Little l is an element of that set, and is either a tuple or is
mysteriously subscripted by a boolean at the other end of the
expression. ..
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DaveA
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