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Old 07-30-2012, 11:13 PM
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Default Re: Does dichotomy require growth function=2 for N=1?

Originally Posted by Thomaseid View Post
According to the definition of dichotomy, is it that at least for one point, there should be two ways to label this only point (+1 or -1), thus growth function=2 is required for N=1? Is this statement correct?
A dichotomy is a single pattern of \pm 1's on the N points. It does not say anything about other patterns that may be valid on these points, so there is no implication on the value of the growth function.
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