In mathematics, computer science and logic, convergence refers to the idea that different sequences of transformations come to a conclusion in a finite amount of time (the transformations are terminating), and that the conclusion reached is independent of the path taken to get to it (they are confluent).
- Franz Baader; Tobias Nipkow (1998). Term Rewriting and All That. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-77920-0.
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