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    Defining sets

    Hi

    {0,1} defines the set containing 0 and 1

    What does {0,1}3 mean?

    If v is an element of {0,1}3 does it mean v can have any one of the following values:

    [000][100][010][110][001][101][011][111]
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    Re: Defining sets

    Yes, probably it means \{0,1\}^3=  \{0,1\} \times \{0,1\} \times \{0,1\} = \{(a,b,c)| a,b,c \in \{0,1\}\}
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