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    We all know that two of this is one of these and two of that is one of those, but what about expanding this concept beyond 2-dimensional space? What would a transformation from nth dimensional linguistic space to 1-dimensional linguistic space look like?

    I postulate that this concept is a general one which can be represented by a linear transformation T: X^n => Y^1, which is observed in the general summation equations:



    Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    We all know that two of this is one of these and two of that is one of those, but what about expanding this concept beyond 2-dimensional space? What would a transformation from nth dimensional linguistic space to 1-dimensional linguistic space look like?

    I postulate that this concept is a general one which can be represented by a linear transformation T: X^n => Y^1, which is observed in the general summation equations:



    Thoughts?
    The port was longing
    the port was longing

    not for this ship
    not for that ship

    not for this ship
    not for that ship

    the port was longing
    the port was longing

    not for this sea
    not for that sea

    not for this sea
    not for that sea

    the port was longing
    the port was longing

    not for this &
    not for that

    not for this &
    not for that

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    This reminds me of my question as a kid, if two twins married two twins, and they each had twins, would those be quadruplets?

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