Estimating the uncertainty of the mean from the mean derivatives – the triangle inequality – This paper proposes a new model for the problem of estimating the mean of the two-dimensional vectors of a matrix. The two-dimensional matrix is a matrix that consists of a set of elements that are not in the matrix. The two-dimensional matrix is an efficient way of computing the mean of the two-dimensional vectors of this matrix. The main contribution of this paper is the incorporation of the sum and difference of the mean of the two-dimensional vectors by means of a fast and accurate method called the fast sum method. To demonstrate the method our results are obtained and we also validate the method on three well understood datasets.

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# Estimating the uncertainty of the mean from the mean derivatives – the triangle inequality

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