SRCT

AcronymDefinition
SRCTSynchrotron Radiation Computed Tomography (medical imaging technique)
SRCTSocial Responses to Communication Technology
SRCTStressed Receiver Conformance Test (10GE)
SRCTStandard Recovery Completion Time
SRCTStatic Recrystallization Critical Temperature
SRCTSmall Round Blue Cell Tumor (malignant neoplasm)
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From the above lemmas it follows that if we can reach an SRCT [[tau].
Let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] be the C-linear span of SRCTs that are greater than or equal to an SRCT [[tau].
alpha]], where [alpha] is the shape of the SRCT [[tau].
An SRCT [tau] of shape [alpha] is said to be a source tableau if it satisfies the condition that for every i [not member of] Des([tau]) and satisfying i [not equal to] n, we have that i + 1 lies to the immediate left of i.
1] [member of] SRCT([alpha]) is a source tableau if and only if there does not exist an SRCT [[tau].
Recall that given any composition [alpha], we denote the unique SRCT of shape [alpha] and descent composition a by [[tau].
alpha]] is cyclically generated by a single SRCT, termed tableau-cyclic, and use this to classify all compositions [alpha] [?
less than or equal to]i] denote the SRCT comprising of all cells whose entries are [less than or equal to] i.
0], and denote the set of all SRCTs of shape [[alpha].
In order to define an action on SRCTs we first need the concept of attacking.
We will use these operators to define a new partial order on SRCTs of the same shape.
Let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] denote the C-linear span of all SRCTs in [E.