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    #1

    Post apply to

    Hi,

    Does it make any sense to you?

    This functional equivalence provide us with a shortcut for better understanding of ANFIS and advances in either literatures apply to both directly.

    the verb "apply" referes to?

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    Re: apply to

    This functional equivalence provides us with a shortcut for better understanding of ANFIS, and advances in either literatures apply to both directly.

    The subject of the verb 'apply' is 'advances (in either literatures)'. However, I don't know what is meant by 'either literatures'. It appears to me to be incorrect English.

    Not a scientist
    Last edited by 5jj; 31-Aug-2013 at 17:34. Reason: format

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