permutability


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per·mute

 (pər-myo͞ot′)
tr.v. per·mut·ed, per·mut·ing, per·mutes
1. To change the order of.
2. Mathematics To subject to permutation.

[Middle English permuten, from Old French permuter, from Latin permūtāre : per-, per- + mūtāre, to change; see mei- in Indo-European roots.]

per·mut′a·bil′i·ty n.
per·mut′a·ble adj.
per·mut′a·bly adv.
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Noun1.permutability - ability to change sequencepermutability - ability to change sequence    
exchangeability, fungibility, interchangeability, interchangeableness - the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange
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(8.) Systematicity does not involve, as Johnson (2004) and Pullum and Scholz (2007) have it, the permutability of constituents across syntactic templates, which in many cases in fact fail (cf.
It contains more geometric shapes than Murray generally used--her forms are most often biomorphic--but those shapes are jumbled together and broken up to generate her usual sense of ambiguous permutability. And somewhere in there, squeezed into a rectangle, is a heart.
Ikramov, "Permutability of Toeplitz and Hankel matrices," Linear Algebra and its Applications, vol.
Botulinum Yes Risk of medication toxin errors related to the lack (Botox[R]) of permutability with botulinum toxins of other manufacturers.
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But if he were to take the final step and overcome his infatuation with the ginger, then the assortment would spring to life before him, dancing the radiant measure of its total permutability, edible in a hundred and twenty ways!
This focus is motivated by the need of avoiding permutability problems (between Skolemization and instantiation), which may occur when computing superdeduction rules.
Schief, "Self-dual Einstein spaces via a permutability theorem for the Tzitzeeica equation," Physics Letters A, vol.223, no.