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- n. A form of induction that allows some form of reasoning concerning sets that are not well founded; uses a form of relation called a bisimulation
- n. The simultaneous induction of two or more compounds into a cell line
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Incorporating concepts and results from category theory, coalgebra leads us to concepts such as corecursion and coinduction; these are in a sense duals to the more standard notions of recursion and induction.
We give an explicit coinduction principle for recursively-defined stochastic processes.
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