We shed some new light to the problem of characterizing those functions of several arguments that have a unique identification minor. The 2-set-transitive functions are known to have this property. We describe another class of functions that have a unique identification minor, namely functions determined by the order of first occurrence. We also present some examples of other kinds of functions with a unique identification minor. These examples have a relatively small arity.
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|Published - 1 Mar 2016
- 2-set-transitivity, Function of several arguments, Identification minor, Order of first occurrence