Polynomially Inexpressible Functions on Rings
Let R be a ring, and let f be a function from R to R We say that f is polynomially expressible provided that there is a permutation g on the underlying set of R such that the composite function h = g-1ofog is a polynomial function on the ring R.
M. Insall, "Polynomially Inexpressible Functions on Rings," Missouri University of Science and Technology, Oct 2013.
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