# SCSG

AcronymDefinition
SCSGSouth Carolina State Guard
SCSGSenior Civil Service Group (UK)
SCSGSouthern California Selene Group (astronomy; CA)
SCSGSpecial Committee of Solicitors-General (Australia)
SCSGSwimming Club Strombeek Grimbergen
SCSGSpace and C3I Systems Group (US Air Force)
SCSGSpecialty Care Services Group (Nashville, TN)
SCSGSolihull Cycling Steering Group (UK)
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M, [Mathematical Expression Omitted] contains a subtly fair, green SCSG [Mathematical Expression Omitted] reachable from start state ([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [q.
If C is an obviously fair, green SCSG of B, then the subgraph of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] induced by the representatives of nodes in C, [Mathematical Expression Omitted], is a subtly fair, green SCSG of [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
If [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is a subtly fair, green SCSG of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is any node of [Mathematical Expression Omitted], then unwind([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [Mathematical Expression Omitted]) is an obviously fair, green SCSG of [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
The threaded graph associated with (the subgraph of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] induced by) SCSG [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is the graph [Mathematical Expression Omitted] where
corresponding to the SCSG [Mathematical Expression Omitted] shown in Figure 3.
Let [Mathematical Expression Omitted] be an SCSG of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and [C.
in B, and the set of nodes appearing infinitely often on this path defines an obviously fair green SCSG C reachable from ([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [q.
To prove the reverse direction, assume that an obviously fair green SCSG C is reachable from ([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [q.
M, [Mathematical Expression Omitted] iff [Mathematical Expression Omitted] contains a subtly fair, green SCSG [Mathematical Expression Omitted] reachable starting from node ([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [q.
5, we see that B contains an obviously fair, green SCSG C reachable from ([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [q.
To prove the reverse direction, assume that B contains a subtly fair, green SCSG [Mathematical Expression Omitted] reachable from ([Mathematical Expression Omitted], [q.
If C is an obviously fair, green SCSG of B, then the subgraph [Mathematical Expression Omitted] of [Mathematical Expression Omitted], induced by the representatives of nodes in C, is a subtly fair, green SCSG of [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
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