For each of the following relations, provide such a valid traversal order (Describe how the table is filled, in what orders), or if no traversal
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For each of the following relations, provide such a valid traversal order (Describe how the table is filled, in

what orders), or if no traversal order is possible for the given relation, briefly justify why.

(1). A(i, j) = F( A(i, j-1), A(i-1, j-1), A(i-1, j+1) )

(2). A(i, j) = F( A(min{i, j}-1, min{i, j}-1), A(max{i, j}-1, max{i, j}-1) )

(3). A(i, j) = F( A(i-2, j-2), A(i+2, j+2) )

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