# Difference between revisions of "Transposition"

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The operation that takes a matrix to the [[transposed matrix]]. | The operation that takes a matrix to the [[transposed matrix]]. | ||

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A [[permutation of a set]] that interchanges two elements. | A [[permutation of a set]] that interchanges two elements. | ||

A cipher that reorders the letters of a message according to a secret key in [[Cryptology]]. | A cipher that reorders the letters of a message according to a secret key in [[Cryptology]]. | ||

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+ | See also: [[Transpose]]. |

## Latest revision as of 16:45, 2 January 2016

A term with various meanings.

The operation that takes a matrix to the transposed matrix.

The operation that takes a binary relation to the transposed relation.

A permutation of a set that interchanges two elements.

A cipher that reorders the letters of a message according to a secret key in Cryptology.

See also: Transpose.

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Transposition.

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