The topic of reconstructing a relationship was raised in two different ways by S. Ulam (1960) and R. Fraise (1970). If the constraints R/E-X and R-/E-X are isomorphic for each element XE, then R and R are also isomorphic.The first falls under the weak hypotheses of E being a set and R, R being two relations with base E and the same arithema. If the constraints R/X and R/X are isomorphic for each stringent portion X of E, then R and R are also isomorphic, according to the second assertion. In this study, we demonstrate that the requirement is satisfied by the decomposable tournament Mn undergoing (-1) reconstruction.
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