Definition of Permutability

1. Noun. Ability to change sequence.

Definition of Permutability

1. Noun. The condition of being permutable ¹

2. Noun. The extent to which something is permutable ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Permutability

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Literary usage of Permutability

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1. Toda Lattices, Cosymplectic Manifolds, Bäcklund Transformations, and Kinks by Robert Hermann (1977)
"THE BIANCHI THEOREM OF permutability In the classical literature, this circle of ideas is most confusing. There is a recent very clear presentation in the ..."

2. A Treatise on the Theory of Screws by Robert Stawell Ball (1900)
"... the result of the two vectors ou*i-: have been attained by a single vector homonymous therewith. 429. Geometrical proof of the Law of permutability of ..."

3. A Treatise on the Theory of Screws by Robert Stawell Ball (1900)
"[428- We there- proof of the Law of permutability of Hetero- AB aad A'B be a pair of right generators (fig. 49), and CZ> and C'lf a pair of left generator* ..."

4. The Theory of Permutable Functions by Vito Volterra (1915)
"we at once obtain an example of permutability of the first type like the one mentioned in the ... Then the condition for permutability becomes *-l sl 2ft ..."

5. The Cambridge Colloquium: 1916 by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)
"If we do not make the assumption of permutability, all the laws of algebra t are satisfied except the commutative law, with the proviso that division by a ..."

6. The Cambridge Colloquium: 1916 by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)
"If we do not make the assumption of permutability, all the laws of algebra | are satisfied except the commutative law, with the proviso that division by a ..."