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Discussion of "integrale"
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Comment #2: Re: Notes
gleki (Wed Oct 7 06:35:15 2015)

krtisfranks wrote:
> 1) x2 must be a function. Despite being denoted a "f(x)", it really
should
> only ever be "f".
> 2) The measure should be specified as x3.
> 3) The set over which the integral is being performed should be specified

> as x4.

Can't we just specify it within place structure of fancu whichwould take
integrale2?

> It might be beneficial to distinguish between
> antidifferentiation/indefinite-integration and definite-integration; my
> proposals are mostly based on the interpretation of this word being for
> definite-integration. It might be advisable to either define a toggling
> terbri or separate these words completely, since they are really sort of
> separate (definite integrals happen to be equal to the difference of
> antiderivatives, but that is a theorem rather than a definition; having
> separate words is my preference).

Even CLL predicts that integrale will eventually be split.

 Comment #3: Re: Notes Curtis W Franks (Wed Oct 7 17:20:36 2015) gleki wrote:> krtisfranks wrote:> > 1) x2 must be a function. Despite being denoted a "f(x)", it really > should > > only ever be "f". > > 2) The measure should be specified as x3.> > 3) The set over which the integral is being performed should be specified> > > as x4.> > Can't we just specify it within place structure of fancu whichwould take > integrale2?> Nope. They are completely independent. Convention/"reason" might indicate the most probable measure, but that is the purpose of having the terbri andfilling it explicitly or otherwise with zo'o; in the end, you still need the terbri.> > It might be beneficial to distinguish between > > antidifferentiation/indefinite-integration and definite-integration; my> > proposals are mostly based on the interpretation of this word being for> > definite-integration. It might be advisable to either define a toggling> > terbri or separate these words completely, since they are really sort of > > separate (definite integrals happen to be equal to the difference of > > antiderivatives, but that is a theorem rather than a definition; having> > separate words is my preference).> > Even CLL predicts that integrale will eventually be split.
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