"Even if X's >= 0,in case it is constant, equal to -c, and X not in [0,2], then c < -2, and Z ill defined. If X is in [0,2], then the definition of Z seems plausible.
The point of my comment is that in a seemingly…"
"May I clarify a couple of points?
- is it true that the sequence of 2,000 winning numbers provided above is generated with a seed (a,b) consisting of a pair of positive integers less than 1,000 (after running the dynamics for over 30 million…"
"I have a question about the statement "Then you known for sure that your next number will be a winning one." If y(0) > 4 x(0) + 2 ( which is larger than 2 x(0) + 1/2), then y(t) > 4 x(t) + 2 for all t, and so x(t) - 256 x(t-8) = 255…"
"Hi Vincent. As often, your abstraction from numerical experiments is correct. We have x(t+1) = 2 x(t) + r(t), with r(t)=0 or 1 depending on y(t), therefore: x(t+8) = 2^8 x(t) + [2^7 r(t) + 2^6 r(t+1) + ...+ r(t+7)]. From here, x(t+8) - 256 x(t) is…"
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- Very strong understanding of Hadoop - Good understanding of Matplotlib and/or Seaborn - Expert development understanding using Unix shell (bash)
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