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permutation

(pĕr″mū-tā′shŭn) [L. per, completely, + mutare, to change]
Transformation; complete change; act of altering objects in a group.
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Permutational multivariate analysis of variance (PERMANOVA) was conducted with tows averaged by month and species and square-root transformed.
To solve the discussed in this work permutational flow shop problem we apply heuristic hybrid algorithm based on the Scatter Search method, along with the elements of TS, SA and GA methods.
In other words, Gysin's permutational collage shows how the ultimate ontological assertion is still a function of grammar--one is reminded of Nietzsche's assertion in Twilight of the Idols, "I am afraid we are not getting rid of God because we still believe in grammar
He was an enthusiast defender of the permutational combinatory art, and showed that, for instance, from a strictly syntactic viewpoint, a text is represented, in fact, by combinations of letters, words, punctuation signs, empty spaces, digits, ideographical symbols etc.
However, permutational multivariate analysis of variance identified a significant effect (P < 0.
Also called nonparametric or permutational inference, these routines are highly useful when the status of normality is in doubt and the usual asymptotic tests would be misleading.
The shifting consonants, the subtle modulations of vowels, the sonic continuities as the language's sounds cycle and recycle like the traditional, permutational "changes" rung upon choirs of bells in old churches--all these mark a poetry of imaginative artistry whose intellectual and emotional content is equally compelling.
AMOVA tests for significance of variance components were based on permutational methods as described by Excoffier et al.
8 High Abstraction Level Permutational ESD Concept Analysis
Xenakis has also subjected dynamics and subsectional durations to a permutational scheme which places an equal emphasis on all its members (sec [section] 2.
Parametric narration is, according to Bordwell, "style-centred, permutational, dialectical or even poetic" (274).
Unlike their global counterparts, most local statistics are not asymptotically normally distributed and alternative permutational methods may only be appropriate when there is no spatial dependence in the global data set.