recurse: Recursively apply a permutation

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

Recursively apply a permutation to a vector an arbitrary number of times. Negative times mean apply the inverse permutation.

Usage

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recurse(perm, i, start = seq_along(perm))

Arguments

perm

Permutation (integers 1 to length(start) in some order)

start

Start vector to be permuted

i

Number of times to apply the permutation. i=0 gives start by definition and negative values use the inverse permutation

Author(s)

Robin K. S. Hankin

See Also

hudson

Examples

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n <- 15
noquote(recurse(start=letters[1:n],perm=shift(1:n),i=0))
noquote(recurse(start=letters[1:n],perm=shift(1:n),i=1))
noquote(recurse(start=letters[1:n],perm=shift(1:n),i=2))

noquote(recurse(start=letters[1:n],perm=sample(n),i=1))
noquote(recurse(start=letters[1:n],perm=sample(n),i=2))

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