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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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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.
This gain is larger than the gain in the wc and permute tests, since more data copies are eliminated.
Suppose we would like to prove that permute terminates whenever it is called with a nil-terminated list of any terms as its first argument and a free variable on the second position.
We permute wind sites on [mathematical expression not reproducible]; the dual problem is stated as follows:
To permute 128 bits, the operation does need total 7 stages as 2A7 = 128 bits.
Since all the blocks of the saddle-point matrix are MSSS matrices, we can permute the saddle-point matrix into a single MSSS matrix.
After creating the bitPlane matrices, the Arnold cat map was applied to these matrices to permute the bits.
Noting that, given two subgroups H and K of a group G, the product HK = {hk | h [member of] H, k [member of] K} is not always a subgroup of G, one says that the subgroups H and K permute if HK = KH, or equivalently, if HK is a subgroup of G.
Louis Permute, senior associate, arranged the financing.
The main idea of our proposed method is to pair pixels and permute the second pixel's three primary color values.
We should be able to permute the left side of p and the right side of q independently of the "inner" sides, and this is what the more general typing allows us to do.
(4) a routine to permute the columns of a sparse matrix and a routine to permute the rows of a full matrix.