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comment Is there research similar to Stringology, but with sequences of sets?
I mean trying again with editing my question, I mean that! phew
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comment Is there research similar to Stringology, but with sequences of sets?
I probably should just say what I need it for then. I needed results of the type: Given a sequence of sets of length n with an alphabet of size a, what are the highest/average number of different subset strings possible. (and try again with the question^^)
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comment Is there research similar to Stringology, but with sequences of sets?
Oh, I'm sorry. I think I wasn't explicit, I edited the question. I am rather certain that (at least for the research I found) the results can not be copied over with that substring notion in mind.
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