0

Here the 'something' means a theory or a principle.

My sentence is

While this principle can only be appropriately understood in terms of rigorous theorems (see below for some), it is in agreement with the intuition that to fit a jump or a cusp we need fast oscillating terms.

But I am not so satisfied with the phrasing.

  • Can you rephrase the question? Or explain it better? This is really unclear. – Varun Nair Apr 18 at 13:03
  • Yes. I did. The whole sentence is there now. – wdlang Apr 18 at 13:45
  • I have no idea what you're asking. Only the title of the question is understandable—but it's not enough to go on. The sentence is not only confusing, but I don't understand how it relates to the title of the question. – Jason Bassford Apr 19 at 5:31
  • 1
    I feel that the wording is fine and that intuition is the correct word to use there. – Hippolippo Apr 29 at 21:47
0

While this principle can only be appropriately understood in terms of rigorous theorems (see below for some), it is intuitive that to fit a jump or a cusp we need fast oscillating terms.

Or something like "it is intuitively obvious", depending on the circumstances.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.