## Operator Overloading in F#

Some Operator Overloads are not recognised by F#, in particular the comparison operators "<.<=,==,>,>=" are not recognised when used to compare Variable<'a> with either Variable<'a> or type 'a. For example when trying to compare Variable<float> with a float value which occurs in the truncated Gaussian tutorial. The rewritten operators contained in the module Operators and are given names such as " >>" to represent the overloaded Greater Than operator. Other operators are "<<" to represent the overloaded Less Than operator, "==" to represent the overloaded Equality operator, "<<==" to represent the overloaded strictly Less Than operator and ">>==" to represent the overloaded Strictly Greater Than operator. The overloaded Greater than Operator is used in the Efficient truncated Gaussian tutorial as shown below:

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