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Psychology A theory that explains human behavior by studying the regular interactions of social groups that have a degree of association and interdependence Types of social groups Formal, informal, informal allied, institutionalized allied
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It can be worked out for a given [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] by decomposing the induced representation according to the modified coaction, and the monoidal structure is given by that of F, but there is no convenient group-theoretic formula for this.
The idea is that there are essentially three types of generic group-theoretic extensions associated to the three subgroups:
First, a precise definition of "the" coarsest bisimulation in this context must be given; it would seem to inherently involve itself in some group-theoretic considerations relating to symmetries, considering that, for example, states ([T.
The Group-theoretic Description of Twelve-fold and Microtonal Pitch Systems.