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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 6:23 pm    Post subject: How to decompose the formula? Reply with quote

Dear All :

I have one question with the following formula : X is discrete


FQ:= Sum (re(x)*ln(re(x))), I have value


Q1:=Sum(r1(x)*ln(r1(x))) and
Q2:=sum(r2(x)*ln(r2(x))),


also I know


the relation of re(x) , r1(x) and r2(x).


re(x)= convolution of r1(x) and r2(x);


I tried to use definition and decompose the FQ from current space ,
but it cannot work. The ln prohibit that method.


Is there any way I can use Q1and Q2 to express the FQ?


Thanks for any hint.


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