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We present results on the enumeration of crossings and nestings for matchings and set partitions. Using a bijection between partitions and vacillating tableaux, we show that if we fix the sets of minimal block elements and maximal block elements, the crossing number and the nesting number of partitions have a symmetric joint distribution. It follows that the crossing numbers and the nesting numbers are distributed symmetrically over all partitions of , as well as over all matchings on . As a corollary, the number of -noncrossing partitions is equal to the number of -nonnesting partitions. The same is also true for matchings. An application is given to the enumeration of matchings with no -crossing (or with no -nesting).

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No Abstract. .The algebraic structure sooner or later comes to dominate, whether or not it is recognized when a subject is born. Algebra dictates the analysis. Gian-Carlo Rota [33]  相似文献
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The q-round Rényi–Ulam pathological liar game with k lies on the set [n]{1,…,n} is a 2-player perfect information zero sum game. In each round Paul chooses a subset A[n] and Carole either assigns 1 lie to each element of A or to each element of [n]A. Paul wins if after q rounds there is at least one element with k or fewer lies. The game is dual to the original Rényi–Ulam liar game for which the winning condition is that at most one element has k or fewer lies. Define to be the minimum n such that Paul can win the q-round pathological liar game with k lies and initial set [n]. For fixed k we prove that is within an absolute constant (depending only on k) of the sphere bound, ; this is already known to hold for the original Rényi–Ulam liar game due to a result of J. Spencer.  相似文献
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This paper gives $n$-dimensional analogues of the Apollonian circle packings in Parts I and II. Those papers considered circle packings described in terms of their Descartes configurations, which are sets of four mutually touching circles. They studied packings that had integrality properties in terms of the curvatures and centers of the circles. Here we consider collections of $n$-dimensional Descartes configurations, which consist of $n+2$ mutually touching spheres. We work in the space $M_D^n$ of all $n$-dimensional oriented Descartes configurations parametrized in a coordinate system, augmented curvature-center coordinates, as those $(n+2) \times (n+2)$ real matrices $W$ with $W^T Q_{D,n} W = Q_{W,n}$ where $Q_{D,n} = x_1^2 + \cdots + x_{n+2}^2 - ({1}/{n})(x_1 +\cdots + x_{n+2})^2$ is the $n$-dimensional Descartes quadratic form, $Q_{W,n} = -8x_1x_2 + 2x_3^2 + \cdots + 2x_{n+2}^2$, and $\bQ_{D,n}$ and $\bQ_{W,n}$ are their corresponding symmetric matrices. On the parameter space $M_D^n$ of augmented curvature-center matrices, the group ${\it Aut}(Q_{D,n})$ acts on the left and ${\it Aut}(Q_{W,n})$ acts on the right. Both these groups are isomorphic to the $(n+2)$-dimensional Lorentz group $O(n+1,1)$, and give two different "geometric" actions. The right action of ${\it Aut}(Q_{W,n})$ (essentially) corresponds to Mobius transformations acting on the underlying Euclidean space $\rr^n$ while the left action of ${\it Aut}(Q_{D,n})$ is defined only on the parameter space $M_D^n$. We introduce $n$-dimensional analogues of the Apollonian group, the dual Apollonian group and the super-Apollonian group. These are finitely generated groups in ${\it Aut}(Q_{D,n})$, with the following integrality properties: the dual Apollonian group consists of integral matrices in all dimensions, while the other two consist of rational matrices, with denominators having prime divisors drawn from a finite set $S$ depending on the dimension. We show that the Apollonian group and the dual Apollonian group are finitely presented, and are Coxeter groups. We define an Apollonian cluster ensemble to be any orbit under the Apollonian group, with similar notions for the other two groups. We determine in which dimensions there exist rational Apollonian cluster ensembles (all curvatures are rational) and strongly rational Apollonian sphere ensembles (all augmented curvature-center coordinates are rational).  相似文献
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Apollonian circle packings arise by repeatedly filling the interstices between four mutually tangent circles with further tangent circles. Such packings can be described in terms of the Descartes configurations they contain, where a Descartes configuration is a set of four mutually tangent circles in the Riemann sphere, having disjoint interiors. Part I showed there exists a discrete group, the Apollonian group, acting on a parameter space of (ordered, oriented) Descartes configurations, such that the Descartes configurations in a packing formed an orbit under the action of this group. It is observed there exist infinitely many types of integral Apollonian packings in which all circles had integer curvatures, with the integral structure being related to the integral nature of the Apollonian group. Here we consider the action of a larger discrete group, the super-Apollonian group, also having an integral structure, whose orbits describe the Descartes quadruples of a geometric object we call a super-packing. The circles in a super-packing never cross each other but are nested to an arbitrary depth. Certain Apollonian packings and super-packings are strongly integral in the sense that the curvatures of all circles are integral and the curvature x centers of all circles are integral. We show that (up to scale) there are exactly eight different (geometric) strongly integral super-packings, and that each contains a copy of every integral Apollonian circle packing (also up to scale). We show that the super-Apollonian group has finite volume in the group of all automorphisms of the parameter space of Descartes configurations, which is isomorphic to the Lorentz group O(3, 1).  相似文献
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Apollonian circle packings arise by repeatedly filling the interstices between four mutually tangent circles with further tangent circles. We observe that there exist Apollonian packings which have strong integrality properties, in which all circles in the packing have integer curvatures and rational centers such that (curvature) $\times$ (center) is an integer vector. This series of papers explain such properties. A Descartes configuration is a set of four mutually tangent circles with disjoint interiors. An Apollonian circle packing can be described in terms of the Descartes configuration it contains. We describe the space of all ordered, oriented Descartes configurations using a coordinate system $M_ D$ consisting of those $4 \times 4$ real matrices $W$ with $W^T Q_{D} \bW = Q_{W}$ where $Q_D$ is the matrix of the Descartes quadratic form $Q_D= x_1^2 + x_2^2+ x_3^2 + x_4^2 - \frac{1}{2}(x_1 +x_2 +x_3 + x_4)^2$ and $Q_W$ of the quadratic form $Q_W = -8x_1x_2 + 2x_3^2 + 2x_4^2$. On the parameter space $M_ D$ the group $\mathop{\it Aut}(Q_D)$ acts on the left, and $\mathop{\it Aut}(Q_W)$ acts on the right, giving two different "geometric" actions. Both these groups are isomorphic to the Lorentz group $O(3, 1)$. The right action of $\mathop{\it Aut}(Q_W)$ (essentially) corresponds to Mobius transformations acting on the underlying Euclidean space $\rr^2$ while the left action of $\mathop{\it Aut}(Q_D)$ is defined only on the parameter space. We observe that the Descartes configurations in each Apollonian packing form an orbit of a single Descartes configuration under a certain finitely generated discrete subgroup of $\mathop{\it Aut}(Q_D)$, which we call the Apollonian group. This group consists of $4 \times 4$ integer matrices, and its integrality properties lead to the integrality properties observed in some Apollonian circle packings. We introduce two more related finitely generated groups in $\mathop{\it Aut}(Q_D)$, the dual Apollonian group produced from the Apollonian group by a "duality" conjugation, and the super-Apollonian group which is the group generated by the Apollonian and dual Apollonian groups together. These groups also consist of integer $4 \times 4$ matrices. We show these groups are hyperbolic Coxeter groups.  相似文献
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A non-crossing pairing on a binary string pairs ones and zeroes such that the arcs representing the pairings are non-crossing. A binary string is well-balanced if it is of the form ${1^{a_1} 0^{a_1}1^{a_2} 0^{a_2} . . .1^{a_r} 0^{a_r}}$ . In this paper we establish connections between non-crossing pairings of well-balanced binary strings and various lattice paths in plane. We show that for well-balanced binary strings with a 1 ≤ a 2 ≤  . . . ≤  a r , the number of non-crossing pairings is equal to the number of lattice paths on the plane with certain right boundary, and hence can be enumerated by differential Goncarov polynomials. For the regular binary strings S =  (1 k 0 k ) n , the number of non-crossing pairings is given by the (k + 1)-Catalan numbers. We present a simple bijective proof for this case.  相似文献
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The one-lie Rényi-Ulam liar game is a two-player perfect information zero-sum game, lasting q rounds, on the set [n]?{1,…,n}. In each round Paul chooses a subset A⊆[n] and Carole either assigns one lie to each element of A or to each element of [n]?A. Paul wins the original (resp. pathological) game if after q rounds there is at most one (resp. at least one) element with one or fewer lies. We exhibit a simple, unified, optimal strategy for Paul to follow in both games, and use this to determine which player can win for all q,n and for both games.  相似文献
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We introduce a statistic pmaj(P) for partitions of [n], and show that it is equidistributed with cr2, the number of 2-crossings, over all partitions of [n] with given sets of minimal block elements and maximal block elements. This generalizes the classical result of equidistribution for the permutation statistics inv and maj.  相似文献
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