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Authors

James Puder

Abstract

IN a transdeletion, one or more letters are subtracted from a word and the remaining letters rearranged (if necessary) to form a new word. In a transaddition, one or more letters are added to a word to supply the letter-stock for a new word. The goal in each case is usually to transform one word into another with the fewest possible subtractions or additions of letters.

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