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1. {<p1, x1, y1>, <p2, x2, y2>, ..., <pk, xk, yk>}
Where the p's are procedure names, and the x's and y's are vectors
over some domain D, not containing the symbol
This is from a Master's thesis that I found on the internet. I have no idea how the ⊥ symbol is supposed to be used in this context
2. (Original post by shawn_o1)
This is from a Master's thesis that I found on the internet. I have no idea how the ⊥ symbol is supposed to be used in this context
If the context is vectors or linear algebra I'd take a stab at that being orthogonal.
3. (Original post by shawn_o1)
This is from a Master's thesis that I found on the internet. I have no idea how the ⊥ symbol is supposed to be used in this context
A link to the thesis may be useful so we can get some context.
4. (Original post by shawn_o1)
This is from a Master's thesis that I found on the internet. I have no idea how the ⊥ symbol is supposed to be used in this context
In logic, it's usually the symbol "false".

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