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Simplification orderings are representatives of syntactic methods [18,21]. Many simplification orderings (for instance, the recursive path ordering (with status) (RPO(S), for short) [2,10], the recursive decomposition ordering (with status) (RDO(S), for short) [8,12,13], the improved recursive decomposition ordering (with status) (IRD(S), for short) [17,19] and so on) have been defined on TRSs. IRDS is among the most powerful simplification orderings [19,20]. First, Jouannaud, Lescanne and Reinig defined the recursive decomposition ordering with multiset status [8].

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We show that the claim . such that . Assume that . (1) Consider the case and definition of multiset extension, By the assumption , , , , , , consider the cases that and for any , , , there exists , , such that . , we can show that , For any , , , , where , . Hence we have to show that implies . We distinguish the cases . with respect to the definition of If If then , , then we can show by induction hypothesis. In the case that , and Consider the case that and and , for any (2) In case of , , , implies , holds.

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