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I don't know what to search for to learn about it. Typing Succ or Prec just returns latex symbol tables. I'm using them in mathematical programming, but in practice just replacing them by the corresponding , etc. What do they mean more generally?
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I don't know what to search for to learn about it. Typing Succ or Prec just returns latex symbol tables. I'm using them in mathematical programming, but in practice just replacing them by the corresponding , etc. What do they mean more generally?
They could mean a lot of things in a lot of different contexts. They could mean subgroup in group theory, dominated by in the context of limits, etc.
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I don't know what to search for to learn about it. Typing Succ or Prec just returns latex symbol tables. I'm using them in mathematical programming, but in practice just replacing them by the corresponding , etc. What do they mean more generally?
They may have several different meaning.
However, they are most often used is discussing a partially ordered set.
Read this way “a proceeds b”. (a could be b) “c strictly succeeds d”. (c and d are distinct).