(a 0-tuple) OR a (1-tuple OR a 1-tuple) OR (a 2-tuple OR a 2-tuple OR a 2-tuple) OR …

The tuples in this case could be seen as the original list with 1 element removed, which is essentially what your function does.

In any case, this was very handwavy and might be complete nonsense. I second EMB’s suggestion.

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https://lobste.rs/s/mxpk0i/what_is_the_name_of_this_function

Aleksander: Thanks, food for thought. I went and read some of the Mathematica documentation for set partition functions, and they have some similar but not quite equivalent functions. For example, KSetPartitions and Partitions.

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