# Problem suite

#### nemyel

##### Member
Bonjour,

Je ne comprends pas le sens de l'expression " problem suite" dans la phrase suivante:

- Where the ensemble V1 is omitted from a problem suite.

• #### BAlfson

##### Senior Member
Context? What is this about? How about a sentence or two before/after?

Cheers - Bob

#### Michael_B

##### Senior Member
Yeah it sounds like math, but without context who knows..

#### LART01

##### Senior Member
Yes
it is a suite mathématique
Like the famous Fibonacci suite

#### nemyel

##### Member
Context? What is this about? How about a sentence or two before/after?

Cheers - Bob

Thank you Balfson,
Here you find all the sentence,

Where the ensemble V1 is omitted from the difinition of a problem suite, we interpret that as saying that the relevant statements hold for any nonzero distribution.

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#### nemyel

##### Member
Yes
it is a suite mathématique
Like the famous Fibonacci suite

Thank you, I think it is a série ou suite mathématique

#### BAlfson

##### Senior Member
That's still not enough information. I doubt that this is une suite mathématique like the fibonacci sequence. I'll guess that this is related to probablility or game theory and that the correct translation is literal: une suite de problemes.

Cheers - Bob

#### nemyel

##### Member
Thank you BALfson

#### JeanDeSponde

##### Senior Member
Une suite ou une série, dans le sens mathématique, se diraient sequence ou series.
En anglais, suite signifie a group of related things intended to be used together; a set.
(Voir par exemple Office Suite 2007 de Microsoft)
Problem suite devrait donc être ensemble de problèmes ?

#### nemyel

##### Member
Une suite ou une série, dans le sens mathématique, se diraient sequence ou series.
En anglais, suite signifie a group of related things intended to be used together; a set.
(Voir par exemple Office Suite 2007 de Microsoft)
Problem suite devrait donc être ensemble de problèmes ?

Merci beaucoup vous avez tout à fait raison. Je viens de trouvé ça :

- A problem suite S(E; d,n,k) is a collection of problems defined by...

donc problem suite signifie ensemble de problèmes