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El analisis detallado permite identificar una estructura de semigrupo aditivo no conmutativo, sin elemento neutro y con dos elementos nulos no permutables entre si, con las operaciones usuales de suma y resta entre numeros naturales para valores del mismo "signo" y una ley basada en unas reglas de "anulacion-compensacion"6 para valores de signos opuestos.
En principio debe senalarse que esta funcion no es libremente permutable, ya que normalmente ha de ocupar la posicion posverbal (Alvarez Martinez 1989: 81).
which is permutable in a block diagonal form where each of the NE diagonal blocks is of order 6 and has the structure of an augmented system.
We can suppose that the terminal positions are fixed in one the blocks, and that in the other block, the terminals are divided into permutable cells.
As impressive as such transformations might be, they constitute only a part of rhyming palindromic verse's repertoire of quick-change artistry; as will next be seen, verses such as the above are not only permutable, they are also transmutable.
He moves from his discussion of functionals to the problems of the functional calculus and integral equations, the generalization of the analytic functions, the theory of composition and of permutable functions, and then to integro-differential equations and functional derivative equations.
Chapter six, "The Poetic Nomadism of Antonio Porta," examines Porta's indefatigable search for new forms of poetic expression that range from the surreal and hallucinatory writing of his early collections to the experimentation with permutable verses of Cara (1969).
Although Buchbinder's new vision of masculinity--one that is permutable, fluid, and ambiguous--does hold promise, that it is "creolized" leads one to question if the idea of a "creole" (which, according to the author, is one who includes but transcends his or her roots) might presuppose an essential nature, and if so, if it would only lead backward.
The permutable possibilities for coming and going play themselves out to their full potential in the scene that follows, and it takes nearly three pages of stage directions to describe the intricacies of the exchange.
And yet Fahlstrom's art was not as protean, as infinitely permutable as he may have wanted it to be.
The use of permutation and chance in Un coup de des and Le Livre is perhaps prefigured in the permutable syntax of Mallarme's "Soupir," where interpretation similarly involves-albeit on a much smaller scale- "reconstructing [the poem] in all directions.