Please post the ISBN.
I'll see if I can find, or order, it,
give it a read, and comment on it.
"Luria, Alexander Romanovich, 1902-1977"
[=The Columbia Encyclopedia=]
That'd put his 'prime' at about 1920-1930,
so I doubt that he could've pushed enough
energy with the data then available, to de-
scribe "TD E/I-minimization", but I want
to understand your 'alusion'.
I'll take a look in =Britannica= [after I
get some sleep.]
I'm 'curious' about the 'bush' you're
Oh yeah, when you give the ISBN, please
also cite the pages that are of interest to
[If you're offering to send a copy, please
don't. It's part of my 'neurosis' that I require
myself to find my own resources.]
"Peter F." <effectivespamblock at ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
news:hpNQb.951$7L1.26939 at nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> "k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote in message
> news:pYJQb.23867$i4.22001 at newsread1.news.atl.earthlink.net...>> > You've referred to Luria's work in long-former posts.
> > If you have the book, I'd appreciate it if you'd quote
> > the material, from it, to which you refer, above.
>> Hi Ken,
>> It is lot of text - 58 pages - to quote. The text is beautifully
> sophisticated and subtle.
> I keep quoting the whole 2nd Chapter (the rest of the book is great too
> because I don't think I would do justice to what Luria wrote if I snipped
> out parts of it. Anyway, until something can be arranged (hint hint)
> have look for the book in some library or 2nd hand bookstore. I shall see
> what I can do.