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valsi cnanlime
type fu'ivla
creator krtisfranks
time entered Sun Apr 1 01:14:50 2018

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Definition #70580 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 is the generalized weighted Lehmer mean of data x2 (completely specified ordered multiset/list of numbers) of Lehmer order x3 (either a single extended-real number xor an ordered pair of two extended-real numbers) with weights x4 (completely specified ordered multiset/list of numbers with the same cardinality as x2; defaults according to the Notes).
notes Possibly dimensionful. If the cardinality of x2 is n, then the cardinality of x4 is also n and, moreover, the weights default to 1/n each. If x3 is a single extended-real number p, then x3 = (p, p - 1) also. If x3 = (p, q) validly for real p&q, then x1 =Sum (wiyip, i in Set (1,..., n))/Sum (wiyiq, i in Set (1,..., n)), where yi is the ith term of x2 for all i, wi is the ith term of x4 for all i, and n is the cardinality of x2 (and thus x4). If x3 equals positive infinity (ma'uci'i), then the result x1 is the maximum of the data x2; if x3 equals negative infinity (ni'uci'i), then the result x1 is the minimum of the data x2.
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created by krtisfranks
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time Sun Apr 1 02:44:44 2018

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krtisfranks{cnano} + "Lehmer".[edit]
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