In this note, we indicate how the basic machinery of Walsh transforms can be generalized from the binary case ([3, 4]) to multary alphabets. Our main results show how Walsh coefficients are related to partition coefficients and how they may be used to calculate schema averages.
BACKGROUND The appropriate care for people with cardiovascular risk factors can reduce morbidity and mortality. One strategy for improving the care for these patients involves the implementation of evidence-based guidelines. To date, little research concerning the impact of such implementation strategies in our setting has been published. Aims. To evaluate… (More)