From: <Marina_Nikitina@infoimage.com>

Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 11:22:23 -0700

To: www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org

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Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 11:22:23 -0700

To: www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org

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In 2.5.1.4 you are defining approximate datatypes as follows: Then for every value v' in C, there is a corresponding value v in M and a real value h such that P(x) = v' for all X in M such that |v - x| < h. First of all, because of absolute value, h should be >0 (or >=0). Then x in M must be different from v in M. So, you better say , for example, ... and a real value h >0 such that P(x) = v' for all x != v in M such that |v - x| < h Next: Furthermore, for at least one value v' in C, there is more than one value y in M such that P(y) = v' Question: is it possible for v'' from C and v'' !=v' that P(y) =v' and P(y)=v''? I am just trying to understand your concept of "approximate datatype". ThanksReceived on Tuesday, 18 May 1999 14:22:40 GMT

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