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Then, the cosets form a basis of H 1 , and the eosets form a basis of D 2 • Proof. Let b 1, b 2 , ••• , b{j be the elements produced by the instructions of the given program. Then, according to Definition I(1 b), lists the elements of '6'1. Also, it is a the cosets b~sis for C 1 • To prove that 39 PROGRAMMING are a basis for HI, we show that they span HI and are linearly independent. The cosets span HI, if for each x in the given basis for CI , the coset (x + B I) is a linear combination of the given cosets.

Therefore, the complex is of the form The next theorem concerns the two quotient groups HI and D2 CHAPTER I 38 for this complex. It shows essentially that in any program in '6'2, which lists without repetitions the elements of '6'1, the input represents a basis for H 1 , and the instructions represent a basis for D 2 • This fact, which will apply to any language, is now shown in the graphical case. 2. Let be the simplicial complex of an elementary graphical language ( '6'1, lf2 ), and let be the input and instructions, respectively, of any program in lf2' which lists without repetitions the elements of lf1 .

It follows that are the input and instructions of a graphical program in C2 which generates a basis for Ct. l trivial example, where the graph of the program is such that every edge radiates from the single vertex h t , and the remaining input vertices are isolated points. 2. Higher Dimensions So far, a programming language has been separated into two dimensions, the first being used for data and the second for PROGRAMMING instructions. defined, so as to allow a program to be written which will list data, but not instructions.

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