coaction


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joint work toward a common end

Synonyms for coaction

act of working jointly

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These all become [T.sub.q]-[T.sub.q]-Bigalois objects [R.sub.a,b] with the left coaction:
In contrast to such traditional approaches, the concept of coactive system maintains that no single system (or set of systems viewed in isolation) is primary in the production of human behavior; instead, human action and experience are emergent products of coactions among systems that operate within and between individuals.
The ySym-Hopf module structure on PSym from Theorem 4.1 has coaction
The NO3- production was caused by the coaction of nitrite-oxidizing bacteria and AnAOB (anaerobic ammonium oxidationbacteria).
Definition 6 (action and coaction of ySym on MSym) Given b [member of] M., let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] denote a p-splitting satisfying [absolute value of [b.sub.0] > 0.
Doi-Hopf modules and Yetter-Drinfeld modules are defined as vector spaces with an action and a coaction, with a compatibility relation that is different in both cases.
If (V, [[??].sup.V]) is a right C-comodule, then V [cross product] A is a C(A, C, [psi])-comodule with the obvious right A-multiplication and with the coaction given as the composite
Let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; [V.sub.n] has a basis [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] such that the action x and the coaction [delta] are given by