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the process or result of making or becoming different

Synonyms for permutation

an event in which one thing is substituted for another

the act of changing the arrangement of a given number of elements

complete change in character or condition

act of changing the lineal order of objects in a group

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A particular case of flow shop scheduling, called permutational, occurs when in each machine is maintained the same processing order of tasks.
Seasonal and temporal patterns were analyzed using permutational multivariate analysis of variance and plotted using nonmetric multidimensional scaling.
Evoking Burroughs' own thematic experiments with the cut-up in The Soft Machine, Nova Express, and The Ticket that Exploded, Nabokov's The Original of Laura features a permutational design that acts as an exemplum of the Burroughs/Gysin cut-up.
Optimization of realization process presented on the example of the construction works and models of works consists in a certain problem of tasks arrangement on machines, so-called permutational flow shop problem with a costs delay sum minimization.
It explains why Berg's Violin Concerto is so popular--namely, that the harmonies (notwithstanding their atonal character) are almost entirely derived by voice-leading, whether or not they also conform to the permutational calculus of pitch classes which supposedly organizes the piece.
Descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation, standard error) were calculated using the software Statistica[TM]; carapace length-burrow diameter and burrow distance-burrow diameter regression lines were calculated with the least square method (Sokal and Rohlf, 1995) and analytical statistics were carried out using permutational ANOVA (Anderson, 2001).
This property is quite different from Alban Berg's permutational procedure of taking ordinals 11, 9, 7, 8, 10, 12, 2, 4, 6, 5, 3, 1 of P-0 in his Lyric Suite to produce a new row of descending perfect fifths in the Lyric Suite (first movement, mm.
The permutational combinations of diffractive interference effects, ink (opaque and transparent), cardboard, plastic and metal, are almost infinite.
He then sought to define the process of generating purpose-built languages which would be accompanied by syntactical engines, inferential and permutational, for deriving uninterpreted tautologous expressions; these have turned out to have zero information content.
Modeling brain evolution from behavior: a permutational approach.
Pomona) provides an introduction to the fundamentals of quantum theory, with emphasis on aspects of group theory and differential geometry that are relevant in modern developments of the subject, including spacetime and permutational symmetries and group representations, and geometrical phases, topological quantum numbers, and Chern-Simons Theory.
From this vantage point you can read them in all their acrostic glory - how the town had its name spelled down the centuries - Kairdiv, Cardaiff, Caerdyff - spread out in a permutational square.
So to get the greatest variety possible, Perec used, for each pair of lists, a different bisquare, generated by the application of a permutational device to the original distribution.
We compared the structure of potential prey assemblages and environmental characteristics separately between high-use, low-use, and no-use ponds with unbalanced, semiparametric, permutational MANOVA.
At this historically collapsed moment, they shed welcome light on the young Nauman's inherently permutational process, while also revealing a marked tendency toward ambiguity and vacillation as a way to accommodate viewers' individual experiences.