On Sep 12, 5:06 am, Brent Meeker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> > <b>Given two categories C and D a functor F from C to D can be thought
> > of as an *analogy* between C and D, because F has to map objects of C
> > to objects of D and arrows of C to arrows of D in such a way that the
> > compositional structure of the two categories is preserved.</b>
> No meaning there either.
> Brent

Given that its been published on wikipedia, I'd say ya need to brush
up on ya category theory.  Analogies and category theory are very
interesting indeed, as a possible means to extend Bayesianism.



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