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In this paper, we propose a new operation, Generalised Sequential Crossover (GSCO) of words, which in some sense an abstract model of crossing over of the chromosomes in the living organisms. We extend GSCO over language L iteratively (GSCO * (L) as well as iterated GSCO over two languages GSCO * (L1, L2)). Our study reveals that GSCO * (L) is subclass of… (More)
We derive a general framework that lifts any set of bipartite to multipartite entanglement witnesses and we show how positive maps can naturally be incorporated into this framework. We show that some previous approaches for multipartite entanglement detection are intimately connected to the witnesses derived from partial transposition and that such criteria… (More)
Theory of splicing is an abstract model of the recombinant behaviour of DNAs. In a splicing system, two strings to be spliced are taken from the same set and the splicing rule is from another set. Here we propose a generalised splicing (GS) model with three components, two strings from two languages and a splicing rule from third component. We propose a… (More)
This paper outlines an application of iterated version of generalised sequential crossover of two languages (which in some sense, an abstraction of the crossover of chromosomes in living organisms) in studying some classes of the newly proposed generalised splicing (GS) over two languages.