Defining Sequence

Some articles on sequence, defining sequence:

Theory Of Computation - Models of Computation
... separate the function and its input) plus a finite sequence of lambda terms, each deduced from the preceding term by one application of Beta reduction ... its defining sequence, any input value(s) and a sequence of recursive functions appearing in the defining sequence with inputs and outputs ... Thus, if in the defining sequence of a recursive function the functions and appear, then terms of the form 'g(5)=7' or 'h(3,2)=10' might appear ...
Computability - Formal Models of Computation
... (or two if you want to separate the function and its input) plus a finite sequence of lambda terms, each deduced from the preceding term by one application of Beta reduction ... its defining sequence, any input value(s) and a sequence of recursive functions appearing in the defining sequence with inputs and outputs ... Thus, if in the defining sequence of a recursive function the functions and appear, then terms of the form 'g(5)=7' or 'h(3,2)=10' might appear ...

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