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INTEGER. Whole, untouched. Res integra means a question which is new and undecided. 2 Kent, Com. 177.

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where x = [1/[2.sup.k]],i = k + 1 (k [euro ] Z, set of integers).
By way of the usual definition, a set of integers R = {[a.sub.1],[a.sub.2], .
While some researchers assume that U is the set of integers
Another set of integers is generated automatically without waiting for "any key" to be pressed.
Otherwise there would exist a finite set of integers {[d.sub.i]} such that for each value of [lambda] with n given by (15) we would have n[d.sub.i] equal to the square of an integer for some i.
A natural variation on the De Bruijn graphs is obtained by replacing words over an alphabet by permutations of the set of integers {1, 2, ..., n}, where the overlapping condition determining directed edges in De Bruijn graphs is replaced by the condition that the head and tail of two permutations have the same standardization, that is, that their letters appear in the same order of size.
The origin of the present work is the simple remark that concerning the set of integers Z, the binary relation matters.