%I
%S 1,1,3,2,4,10,5,9,15,35,14,24,36,56,126,42,70,100,140,210,462,132,216,
%T 300,400,540,792,1716,429,693,945,1225,1575,2079,3003,6435,1430,2288,
%U 3080,3920,4900,6160,8008,11440,24310,4862,7722,10296,12936,15876,19404
%N Triangle read by rows: T(k,j) = ((2*j+1)/(k+1))*binomial(2*j,j)*binomial(2*k2*j,kj).
%C f(n,k) = 2^{n2(k2)}sum(T(k2,j)*binomial(n+2*(k2j),2*(k2j)),j=0..k2) is the number of length n kary strings (k >= 2) which avoid a rising triple (pattern 123) or any other given 3letter permutation pattern.
%C Row sums are the powers of 4. This is explained by a simple statistic on the 4^n lattice paths of length 2n formed from upsteps U=(1,1) and downsteps D=(1,1). For such a path, define X = number of upsteps that lie above ground level (GL), the horizontal line through the initial vertex, and before the last vertex at GL. For UDDUUUUDDU for instance, the last vertex at GL follows the fourth step, and so X = 1. T(n,k) is the number of these paths with X=nk. For example, T(2,1)=4 counts UDUU, UDDU, UDDD, DUUD because each has nk=1 upsteps above GL and before the last vertex at GL.  _David Callan_, Nov 21 2011
%H Alexander Burstein, <a href="http://www.alexanderburstein.org/tikidownload_file.php?fileId=3">Enumeration of words with forbidden patterns</a>, Ph.D. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 1998.
%H Ira Gessel, <a href="http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0747717192900342">Super ballot numbers</a>, J. Symbolic Computation 14 (1992), 179194.
%H Walter Shur, <a href="https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/journals/JIS/VOL6/Shur/shur51.html">Two GameSet Inequalities</a>, J. Integer Seqs., Vol. 6, 2003.
%F T(k,0) = binomial(2*k, k)/(k+1), the kth Catalan number; T(k,k) = binomial(2*(k+1),k+1)/2, half the (k+1)st central binomial coefficient sum of entries in row k (over j) = 2^{2*(k1)}
%F T(k,j) = sum(C(ki)D(i), i=0..j), C(i) = binomial(2*i,i)/(i+1), D(i) = binomial(2*i,i).
%F G.f.: 2/(14*x*y+sqrt((14*x)*(14*x*y))).  _Vladeta Jovovic_, Dec 14 2003
%e {1},
%e {1, 3},
%e {2, 4, 10},
%e {5, 9, 15, 35},
%e {14, 24, 36, 56, 126},
%e {42, 70, 100, 140, 210, 462},
%e {132, 216, 300, 400, 540, 792, 1716},
%e ...
%Y Cf. A000108, A000984, A000302.
%Y Essentially a reflected version of A078817.
%K nonn,tabl
%O 0,3
%A _Alexander Burstein_
%E More terms from _Vladeta Jovovic_, Dec 10 2003
