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superinduce

 [soo″per-in-do̳s´]
to bring on in addition to an already existing condition.

su·per·in·duce

(sū'pĕr-in-dūs'),
To induce or bring on in addition to something already existing.

superinduce

/su·per·in·duce/ (-in-dldbomacs´) to bring on in addition to an already existing condition.

su·per·in·duce

(sū'pĕr-in-dūs')
To induce or bring on in addition to something already existing.

superinduce

to bring on in addition to an already existing condition.
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Diaconis and Isaacs therefore define a map superinduction on supercharacters that is adjoint to restriction with respect to the usual inner product on class functions; it turns out that this function averages over superclasses in the same way induction averages over conjugacy classes.
See also [18] for a further exploration of the relationship between superinduction and induction.
We conclude with a discussion of the corresponding superinduction coefficients.
10, below, these results give a reasonably direct way to compute superinduction for some cases.
We conclude with some observations relating superinduction to these superpermutation "characters.