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coset

(ˈkəʊˌsɛt)
n
one of several sets that form a larger set
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There is an oracle O for sampling over a desired coset [mathematical expression not reproducible] with fixed parameter r[square root of ([[SIGMA].
n-1], so reflections are actually equivalence classes corresponding to n + 1 cosets of the parabolic Weyl group.
Keywords: completely regular code, distance-regular graph, Hamming graph, coset graph, Leonard's Theorem
Call generalized quadrangles with such a group coset representation "elation generalized quadrangles" ("EGQs"); the group E is the elation group, and there is a special point ([infinity]) through which all the lines are fixed by E (the "elation point").
Therefore a coset leader is the error vector for each vector y lying in that coset.
This is exactly the classical Hecke operator associated to the double coset [GAMMA][sigma][GAMMA] that is acting on the space [L.
With the coloring of group elements by coset and grouping the cosets, it is easy to see at a glance if the selected subgroup is normal.
If H is normal subgroup of G, then the set of cosets {gH}, denoted by G\H, forms a group under the induced operation on the coset called a factor group.
2) An affine (from the Latin, affinis, "connected with") subspace of a vector space (sometimes called a linear manifold) is a coset of a linear subspace.
Any member of the coset determines it and is therefore called a complete set of coset representatives of [R.
It is known that there is a close relation between cyclotomic coset and cyclic codes.
The poly-disc is a Hermitian symmetric homogeneous coset space associated with the 4D conformal group SO(4, 2) since [D.