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subsequence

[′səb·sə·kwəns]
(mathematics)
A subsequence of a given sequence is any sequence all of whose entries appear in the original sequence and in the same manner of succession.

Subsequence

 

in mathematics, the sequence

xn1, xn2,…., xnk

derived from the given sequence x1, x2,…, xn with observation of the order, that is, provided that n1 <n2 < … <nk….

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