- v. present participle of permute.
“This dynamic -- technology permuting culture -- is pervasive throughout our collective experience.”
“You can taste the fruits of ecstatic Kabbalah fairly quickly if you devote even a single night to it -- but you do need to devote the whole night, permuting letters and allowing the mind to free itself up.”
“Gentzen showed that instances of the rule of cut can be eliminated from derivations by permuting them upward until they reach points at which the derivation starts.”
“This property has profound effects on cut elimination: in permuting cut up, Gentzen had to restore the original contexts (the Î“'s and Î”'s) through weakenings and contractions.”
“Consider a social welfare function which is defined on distributions of income and is symmetrical (i.e., permuting the income of two individuals leaves social welfare unchanged).”
“With an infinite horizon, it is essentially impossible to combine the Pareto criterion and anonymity (permuting the utilities of some generations does not change social welfare) in a fully satisfactory way, even when utilities are perfectly comparable.”
“Notationally, these steps amount to padding predicate symbols with extra arguments, omitting some arguments, as well as permuting and regrouping the arguments.”
“The mutations are made by permuting keys in the layout, with a 50% chance of swapping two keys, a 25% chance of swapping three, a 12.5% chance of four, and so on.”
“We may also bring it, if we please, into Barbara, by permuting the major premiss once more, so as to obtain the contrapositive of the original --”
“They are part of a complex structured network of qualia, and permuting just one small part of the network destroys the original shape and structure of the network -- and when the network's shape and structure is radically changed, the original meanings of the perceptions and the qualia within it are obliterated.”
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