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Synonyms for permutation

Synonyms for permutation

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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50 average he did enter into a couple of permutations.
We call two instances permutations of data dimension if they are different by one consecutive position.
2013b), Nadeau (2011), Steingrimsson and Williams (2007), and the previous bijections with permutations were extended to bijections with signed permutations.
It executes fast bit permutation and then uses sub word sorter that produces the operation faster, which enable it to improve the throughput in applications just like scanning an image, operating bubble sort and in the permutations layer in block ciphers.
Let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] be the set of irreducible permutations of length n.
Known results on orthogonal systems and permutation polynomials vectors over finite fields are extended to modular algebras of the form [L.
The rest of the paper is structured as follows: Section 2 presents a background about LSH and Minwise independent permutations.
Hence the left-regular permutations form a subgroup A(Q) of the group [G.
The above 5 permutations also apply to the 4-letter edge words of 8-letter pentagons (see Pentagons above).
Q HOW many permutations are there to solve a Rubik's Cube?
A final chapter explores Schiller's intertextuality in the twentieth century, as well as the persistence of his ideals of freedom and aesthetic education in modern permutations, notably Anthony Burgess' "A Clockwork Orange" novel and movie.
3], while 2 permutations are both RGSPPs and LGSPPs.
The equation ultimately yielded to group theory, which Livio calls the "language of symmetry," Group theory was developed by two 19th-century mathematicians, Niels Henrik Abel and Evariste Galois, both of whom managed their achievements during tragically short lives, Abel died of tuberculosis at 26 and Galois was killed in a duel at age 20, Livio devotes special attention to Galois, whose proof would create a new branch of algebra, The author also delves deep into groups and permutations, and describes how symmetry applies to fields as diverse as physics and psychology.
Interspersed with narrative are student projects, such as cooking a Renaissance meal, viewing stars, and studying the permutations of the roll of dice.
Ten narrative permutations thus augment the three sentences: The black man finds it FUNNY, rather than SICK, that the woman looks scared, or it is the man waiting in the car, not the running man, who is sickened by the woman's fear, and so on.