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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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Figure 10 shows the Olive data set with the two best permutations using the t-statistic method (left) and the CDM method (right).
By computing this statistic in permutations of fixed size, we deduce the enumeration of corners in each of the three kind of tableaux (Theorem 4.
Bit permutation instructions increase the strength of a block cipher by allowing them to perform any arbitrary permutations efficiently with log (n) steps as compared to n.
More generally, permutations with a given number of successions also appeared in combinatorial theory literature (see [6, 13]).
Key words: Permutation polynomial, orthogonal systems, permutation polynomial vectors.
If the group of right-regular permutations of a quasigroup (K, *)is trivial, then the orbits of the group of right-regular permutations of the f-extension ([?
If the letters of the L edge word read downwards 12345 (see Rhombuses above), the transposed letters of the R edge word conform to one of 5 permutations (both the initial letter and the last letter being predetermined).
A ALL told, there are 43,252,003,274,489,856, 000 different positions or permutations.
Keywords Permutation, symmetric groups, palindromic permutations, generalized Smarandache palindromic permutations.
What's frustrating about Feld's work is his unvarying method of introducing phrase after phrase and repeating each in canonic permutations until the next motif replaces it--like watching insects going through genetically programmed routines for no apparent reason other than it's their destiny.
F: Well, I think the thing that causes that confusion is that I use different permutations of rows.