circular permutation

circular permutation

[¦sər·kyə·lər ‚pər·myə′tā·shən]
(mathematics)
An arrangement of objects around a circle.
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Assume that vectors H = {[[bar.X].sub.[tau]+1], [[bar.X].sub.[tau]+2], ..., [[bar.X].sub.[tau]+m] and L = {[[bar.Y].sub.[tau]+1], [[bar.Y].sub.[tau]+2], ..., [[bar.Y].sub.[tau]+n] are generated and then used to perform a circular permutation for the plain-image P along the row and column, respectively.
Perform the circular permutation operation for plainimage P and obtain permuted image A.
This definition uses the number of cycles of it and that of its product with the circular permutation (1,2, ..., n).
If one changes the distinguished half-edge h, the diagram representation of v is changed by a circular permutation of its columns.
That is, the rest of the rows will be circular permutations of the first row toward right.