Redefined Submultiset-based Multiset Ordering via Grid
Keywords:submultiset-based multiset ordering, grid, difference grid, reference
We present a grid form of the Jouannaud-Lescanne submultiset-based multiset ordering. A flexible definition of the multiset ordering is hereby presented. The grid approach has been usedÂ in this paper to prove some assertions. Our such result is the submultiset-based pair-wise equality theorem for multisets.
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