Originally posted by twhiteheadArr thanks.
Here you go:
It uses a Pi
Sums of a sequence are called series. I can find no equivalent name for products of a sequence. The Wikipedia articles I have checked so far just call them products.
Originally posted by humyWe will want a copy
Now I know what to search for, I found this:
"...Product of sequences:
The product operator for the product of a sequence is denoted by the capital Greek letter Pi ∏ (in analogy to the use of the capital Sigma ∑ as summation symbol). The product of a sequence consisting of only one number i ...[text shortened]... duct, and is equal to 1.
So that is obviously what I should (and will ) use in my book.
Originally posted by sonhouseseriously, I think I will give a few free copies on personal requests (after asking if anyone wants one ) to people here when finally I have finished it (no where near finished yet! ) and it is published.
We will want a copy
Originally posted by humyIs this going to be your Phd thesis? Is this going to somehow quantize philosophy? Can't wait!
seriously, I think I will give a few free copies on personal requests (after asking if anyone wants one ) to people here when finally I have finished it (no where near finished yet! ) and it is published.
I am hoping it will be finished and published some time before the end of this year.
My book will revolutionize the world of philosophy and have a po ...[text shortened]... on the world of statistics and also I think should revolutionize artificial intelligence.