Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Upper and Lower bounded by g(n)

There are tons of things I have to write on. But they can wait. Here is another attempt at being fuzzy, but as Douglas Adams' says, don't panic!

Upper and Lower bounded by g(n)

Lady destiny, the talks we had
Some good some bad
But now I want to say sorry

For all the caused worry.


I didn't see the path

You had laid.

Your noble intentions,

I hadn't read.


I'm grateful to you

for there is nothing like your gift

I'm in awe

of this element, fifth


Here and there,

time and again,

Upper and Lower

bounded by g(n)

7 comments:

Parag said...

TNT had said (it got deleted by mistake) : and g(n) is?

TNT < g(n) is a increasing function thats all I can say right now :)

Nat said...

is g(n) a random function?? and i think you've left everyone stumped by this post, ppl seem afraid to even try guessing! hehe

Gandalf said...

Superb as usual. Master piece from Parag !

Karthik said...

is this yesterday's linda goodman influence.. If it is that explains g(n) = goodman [;)]

Parag said...

Natasha < g(n) is probably non-deterministic :P

Gandalf < thanks!

Karthik < i like ur reasoning, but ur assumptions are incorrect.

Sudeep said...

I didn't see the path
You had laid.
Your noble intentions,
I hadn't read.

I liked this part.. nice

Tapasya said...

I didn't see the path
You had laid...


Nice lines. I'm still wondering what g(n) is!