The intuition intrigues me. If, upon inspection, it survives morphs into
something else, I'd like to hear about it.

Good luck! -- Conal

"The object of mathematical rigor is to sanction and legitimize the
conquests of intuition, and there was never any other object for it." -
Jacques Hadamard

"I call intuition cosmic fishing. You feel a nibble, then you've got to
hook the fish." -- Buckminster Fullero

On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 7:26 PM, earl obscure <
> wrote:

> His description of the different frp approaches starts at section 2.1 of
> the thesis.
> in 3.1 describes implementation of discrete signals. I don't think he
> gives a denotational semantics.
> I was thinking, the event, is the derivative of the specific continuous
> signal it corresponds to, all other continuous signals of the system held
> equal.  Applying the partial derivative, is like sampling, or discrete time
> stepping.  But it is samplying the entire state, or multivariate structure
> not just the specific symbol. This made more sense unarticulated.  I'll
> need to think a bit.
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