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Posted: October 17, 2014, 6:29 pm - IP Logged

Has anyone applied logistic mapping to their lottery research?

If so, what is it? 

How might it apply to randomness?

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    Posted: October 18, 2014, 2:18 am - IP Logged

    How is logistic mapping done?

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      Posted: October 19, 2014, 10:05 pm - IP Logged

      How is logistic mapping done?

      At this point in time, I do not know.  I was thinking one of our math heads could give me a "Logistic mapping for Dummies" answer before I delve further into the concept.

      I suppose there is no hope but to search the internet.  WIKI here I come.

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        Posted: October 20, 2014, 7:00 pm - IP Logged

        Perhaps this thread will help you: http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/197150

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          Posted: October 21, 2014, 4:56 pm - IP Logged

          Perhaps this thread will help you: http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/197150

          Stupid people do stupid things and you can count me as a member of this group.

          I saw that thread but when I saw "RNG" I went elsewhere.  Now that you supplied a suggestion I went back and read most of it.  While the discussion was not what I was expecting, I must say the topics are interesting.

          Thanks for the suggestion.  May your numbers hit (unless they match mine.  Then they better not hit).

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            Posted: October 22, 2014, 4:00 am - IP Logged

            At this point in time, I do not know.  I was thinking one of our math heads could give me a "Logistic mapping for Dummies" answer before I delve further into the concept.

            I suppose there is no hope but to search the internet.  WIKI here I come.

            Pierre François Verhulst (28 October 1804, Brussels– 15 February 1849, Brussels) was a  mathematician and a doctor in number theory from the University of Ghent (Gent) in 1825.

             (1)\qquad x_{n+1} = r x_n (1-x_n)

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              Pierre François Verhulst (28 October 1804, Brussels– 15 February 1849, Brussels) was a  mathematician and a doctor in number theory from the University of Ghent (Gent) in 1825.

               (1)\qquad x_{n+1} = r x_n (1-x_n)

              I saw the equation before but not in context with logistic mapping.  It was applied more to population increase/decrease. 

               

              So.......

              If we were to substitute the first digit of any 5/39 lottery drawing for X and did some iterations, would the next drawing's first digit be found within, say, the first five iteration? 

              I will have to program this into the computer and see just how many iterations must be performed before there was a match between the two drawings.

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                Posted: October 22, 2014, 7:08 pm - IP Logged

                I had this in algebra, but it was about algorithms there. I won't look it up.

                One has to see practical applications to understand what is meant.