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Modern classification algorithms are susceptible to adversarial examples--perturbations to inputs that cause the algorithm to produce undesirable behavior. In this work, we seek to understand and extend adversarial examples across domains in which inputs are discrete, particularly across new domains, such as computational biology. As a step towards this goal, we formalize a notion of synonymous adversarial examples that applies in any discrete setting and describe a simple domain-agnosticarXiv:2112.06276v1 fatcat:4e7jle5r25flnmgmckqg5w2xca