permutation


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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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In this section, we present some quality measurements of our proposed method versus permutation and our method versus other algorithms.
For the first one, through bijections, we give relations between the number of corners in permutation tableaux, alternative tableaux and tree-like tableaux.
Algorithms like DES, HIGHT [6] and TWO FISH use bit permutation instructions in their operations which facilitate to resist against linear and differential cryptanalysis.
Let [sigma] be a permutation in [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], i.
Caption: An example of Virtual DID showing colour permutation effects combined with an embossing effect for '93' to create virtual volume in the design.
In previous papers ([1] and [2]) the authors obtained results about permutation polynomial over the L-algebras L[[Z]] (formal series over L) and [L.
If the process ends her, then, the resulted permutation is an approximate min-wise independent permutation, it is more time efficient than applying the exact min-wise independent permutations [5].
1] is constant on the equivalence classes ofthe extension and induces a rightregular permutation [[rho].
Smarandache permutation sequence {P(n)} is defined as P(n) = 135 .
A ALL told, there are 43,252,003,274,489,856, 000 different positions or permutations.
Space-time permutation scan statistics could therefore become a preferred way of representing the occurrence of diseases such as cancer, where the number of actual and expected reports are counted within particular "windows.
Jones' Continuous Replay, a permutation on an early work by Arnie Zane, used canon, nudity, and spontaneity to reveal a slice of chaotic life in blissfully humanistic form.
Specifically, straightforward permutation tests are proposed for measuring the level of concordance among multiple confusion matrices with the same set of targets as well as for evaluating the symmetry of a single confusion matrix.
Permutation City is a novel by science fiction author Greg Egan.
Permutation tests, based on 1,000 replications, were used to test the significance of eigenvalues and loadings.