On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 19:20:10 -0700, Peter Constable
<petercon@...> wrote:

> If you create two independent axes of binary classification, then there
> are four combinations, one of which is the negative value for both axes.
> But if we organized in such a way, that (-,-) pigeonhole would be empty,
> and that tells me something's askew.

Maybe we have a situation in which Real Life, in this instance, fits into
only three quadrants?
(Are negative values needed? I didn't study the suggestion carefully.)


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