Synonym: replacement, substitution, switch, transposition. Similar words: mutation, transmutation, deputation, reputation, salutation, commutative, fermentation, mutate. Meaning: [‚pɜrmjə'teɪʃn /‚pɜːmjʊ-] n. 1. an event in which one thing is substituted for another 2. the act of changing the arrangement of a given number of elements 3. complete change in character or condition 4. act of changing the lineal order of objects in a group.

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1. There are 120

*permutations*of the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5: for example, 1, 3, 2, 4, 5 or 5, 1, 4, 2, 3.2. The

*permutations*of x, y and z are xyz, xzy, yxz, yzx, zxy, zyx.3. Variation among humans is limited to the possible

*permutations*of our genes.4. The possible

*permutations*of x, y and z are xyz, xzy, yxz, yzx, zxy and zyx.5. The 14 different dinners are mostly

*permutations*of beef, chicken, noodles, and rice.6. These

*permutations*multiply towards infinity.7. In one

*permutation*, Panetta would not challenge Feinstein if she ran for governor.8. This work organised the known theory of

*permutation*groups and its relationship with Galois Theory.9. The

*permutations*available from using an unrestricted number of vectors are too vast to provide a database matching scheme.10. But now, because of complex

*permutations*resulting from an equally involved scoring system, the odds are stacking up against Conner.11. The block cipher with a substitution

*permutation*network is the best known and widely used block cipher system.12. This paper proposes a matrix based substitution

*permutation*network as the model of block cipher.13. The recurrence formula of the

*permutation*numbers of the players of then person game is also deduced.14. Cyclic shift

*permutation*structure is an important part of partial parallel decoder for quasi-cyclic LDPC codes.15. He made six separate applications for a total of 39 000 shares, using

*permutations*of his surname and Christian names.16. The company has had five different names in its various

*permutations*over the last few years.17. Mathematicians of the finest calibre were essential for what then seemed the almost impossible task of breaking a code with astronomical permutations.http://sentencedict.com/

*permutation*.html18. Formulations are varied because there are three ways of achieving the same capability with combinations and

*permutations*.19. And that was not the end of it, for there were

*permutations*.20. But the film goes on to develop graphic, orifice-stuffing

*permutations*on the theme of you are what you eat.21. And, of course, such fragments have been made to convey many

*permutations*of these uses.22. The complexity of the system depends on the number of

*permutations*of hose length available.23. Norman Higham's book contains a discussion of the various

*permutations*possible, together with some advice from experience.24. It has been estimated that there are 26 possible

*permutations*of step-family formation.25. We also present two new cryptographic indexes, fixed point and cyclic structure, on which we investigate the performance of such

*permutation*.26. This paper deals with orthodox semirings whose additive idempotents satisfy

*permutation*identities.27. Specially have steel board adjustment function, graphic scale, rotate, mirror image, matrix

*permutation*, idling, select line or line number, etc, Which will frequently be used in daily work.28. The data compressing method based on constant grade makes use of

*permutation*and combination theory.29. In this paper, a new sorting algorithm consisted of classification, in situ

*permutation*and straight insertion is presented.30. There were 3 subluxations in unpermutation group and 5 in

*permutation*group after patellar replacement.More similar words: mutation, transmutation, deputation, reputation, salutation, commutative, fermentation, mutate, proportional representation, statute of limitations, self-mutilation, station, citation, rotation, termination, annotation, quotation, gestation, flotation, agitation, denotation, stationery, vegetation, dictation, incantation, imitation, recitation, stationary, connotation, sanitation.