Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp 1867–1874 | Cite as

The description of the characteristics of the structure and the quantity in fixed pansystems theorems

  • Li Gui-hua


Pansymmetry is the abstract of symmetry, stability and other concepts in physics and so on. Fixed pansystems theorems portray a typical pansymmetry of systemic structure. The present paper complements and extends the work in [1]–[3] concerned in fixed pansystems theorems. It gives in finite case the structural character of fixed subsets; the criterion of existence of the least fixed subset, and the numbering formula of fixed subsets and minimal fixed subsets.


Mathematical Modeling Industrial Mathematic Systemic Structure Structural Character Finite Case 
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© HUST Press 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Li Gui-hua
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  1. 1.Wuhan Digital Engineering InstituteWuhan

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