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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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Recall from Section 2 that we can permute the saddle-point system with MSSS blocks into a global MSSS system.
H] permutes the edges of H with respect to descending edge weights.
In general, block Gauss--Seidel with Tarjan's algorithm used to symmetrically permute the sparse term in the coefficient matrix of the system of linear equations to block lower--triangular form, with 3 to 5 point Gauss--Seidel iterations and a stopping tolerance of [10.
The goal is to permute the rows and columns of a given graph such that the non-zero entries form as thin a "band" as possible along the main diagonal.
2 Sort it in increasing order and use the resulting permutation P to permute the matrix B.
A thorough discussion on methods to permute matrices to block angular form can be found in [2].
lambda]](n - j) ways to permute and colour the remaning elements, and the colours of the high coloured fixed points can be chosen in [(v - [lambda]).
A simple calculation shows that if we permute i-th and k-th rows of [A.
The rows between dividing lines will be grouped in the same set and the entries marked by x will come on the row and permute in all possible ways, and the entries marked by o will come on the column not including the (1,1) cell, and permute all possible ways.
The second server peels off the second layer of encryption and permutes the message order yet again.
It is also used in manufacturing permutes and as medicine as well.