First comprehensive, accessible account; second edition has expanded bibliography and a new appendix surveying recent research.(1) E begins with the identity permutation 12 . . . n and ends with the reverse permutation n(n a 1) . . . 1, (2) the move between ... So, there is a one-to-one correspondence (6.4.1) allowable sequences alt;aagt; wiring diagrams. In view of Theoremanbsp;...
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