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commutative

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a. (of an operator) giving the same result irrespective of the order of the arguments; thus disjunction and addition are commutative but implication and subtraction are not
b. relating to this property
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In [4] we listed properties of groups related to their character tables and showed how they can be generalized to Hopf algebras for which R(H) is a commutative algebra.
In this paper, the solution provided in [17] enables XOR operating in commutative encryption function, but it greatly increases the calculation costs and decreases the security of the system.
That is 13 x 6 can be considered as (10 x 6) + (3 x 6) or in combination with the commutative property, 6 x 13 can be considered as (6 x 10) + 3 x 10).
Matsumura Commutative Ring Theory Cambridge tudies in Advanced Mathematics 8 Cambridge University Press(1986).
ij]] is an n by n matrix over a commutative ring, then the standard determinant expression of A is
Commutative justice is largely negative, meaning that it can be accomplished by not doing something.
One can easily notice that the aleatory element is essential and distinctive for aleatory contracts, compared to the commutative ones.
Similarly, the random walk on acyclic orientations of a graph considered by Athanasiadis and Diaconis as a function of a hyperplane walk [2] is most naturally a random walk on a free partially commutative left regular band.
In 2012 we formalized the course as MATH 441 Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry.
Commutative justice is, Smith says, "abstaining from what is another's" (TMS, 269)--in other words, not messing with other people's stuff: All of the other virtues are quite different.
The children had already learned the commutative property of multiplication (e.