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mathematical descriptions of algorithms?

First I'd like to say that this is not strictly a techie question, but I
couldn't think of a better place to ask. I have been asked to write a report
on the analysis of a piece of software. Apparently I will need to describe
the system as an algorithm, i.e. using pseudo-code and mathematical formulae.
The system itself is pretty simple, basically evaluating a block of
candidate objects, and pushing them various ways through the software
depending on type/parameters/etc.
The pseudo code part is not a problem. Does anyone have an idiots guide to
extracting the mathematical notation. We have rapid-pi for doing the
notations in word, but it’s the actual set theory or whatever that I'm
missing.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Nov 13 '07 #1
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