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Evaluating a function on permutations of its arguments
Say I have a function "temp" of $n+1$ variables, $y,z1,z2,z3,...,zn$. I want to test if my function has certain symmetries like swapping $y$ with square of any $z$, swapping any two of the zs, ...
Dec 14 '12 at 23:55
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