%I
%S 1,1,1,1,5,1,1,16,16,1,1,42,127,42,1,1,99,715,715,99,1,1,219,3292,
%T 7723,3292,219,1,1,466,13333,63173,63173,13333,466,1,1,968,49556,
%U 429594,861235,429594,49556,968,1,1,1981,173570,2567940,9300303,9300303,2567940,173570,1981,1
%N Graded dimension of the cohomology ring of the moduli space of npointed curves of genus 0 satisfying the associativity equations of physics (also known as the WDVV equations).
%C Combinatorial interpretations of Lagrange inversion (A134685) and the 2Stirling numbers of the first kind (A049444 and A143491) provide a combinatorial construction for A074060 (see first Copeland link). For relations of A074060 to other arrays see second Copeland link page 19.  _Tom Copeland_, Sep 28 2008
%H Tom Copeland, <a href="http://tcjpn.wordpress.com/2008/09/28/combinatoricsofoeisa074060/">Combinatorics of OEISA074060</a> Posted Sept. 2008
%H Tom Copeland, <a href="http://tcjpn.wordpress.com/2008/06/12/mathemagicalforests/">Mathemagical Forests v2</a> Posted June 2008
%H S. Keel, <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/S00029947199210346650">Intersection theory of moduli space of stable npointed curves of genus zero</a>, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 330 (1992), 545574.
%H M. Kontsevich and Y. Manin, <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s002220050055">Quantum cohomology of a product</a>, (with Appendix by R. Kaufmann), Inv. Math. 124, f. 13 (1996) 313339.
%H M. Kontsevich and Y. Manin, <a href="http://arxiv.org/abs/qalg/9502009">Quantum cohomology of a product</a>, arXiv:qalg/9502009, 1995.
%H Y. Manin, <a href="http://arxiv.org/abs/alggeom/9407005">Generating functions in algebraic geometry and sums over trees</a>, arXiv:alggeom/9407005, 1994.  _Tom Copeland_, Dec 10 2011
%H M. A. Readdy, <a href="http://www.ms.uky.edu/~readdy/Papers/pre_WDVV.pdf">The preWDVV ring of physics and its topology</a>, preprint, 2002.
%F Define offset to be 0 and P(n,t) = (1)^n Sum_{j=0..n2} a(n2,j)*t^j with P(1,t) = 1 and P(0,t) = 1, then H(x,t) = 1 + exp(P(.,t)*x) is the compositional inverse in x about 0 of G(x,t) in A049444. H(x,0) = exp(x)  1, H(x,1) = 1 + exp( 2 + W( exp(2) * (2x) ) ) and H(x,2) = 1  (1+2*x)^(1/2), where W is a branch of the Lambert function such that W(2*exp(2)) = 2.  _Tom Copeland_, Feb 17 2008
%F Let offset=0 and g(x,t) = (1t)/((1+x)^(t1)t), then the nth row polynomial of the table is given by [(g(x,t)*D_x)^(n+1)]x with the derivative evaluated at x=0.  _Tom Copeland_, Jun 01 2008
%F With the notation in Copeland's comments, dH(x,t)/dx = g(H(x,t),t).  _Tom Copeland_, Sep 01 2011
%F The term linear in x of [x*g(d/dx,t)]^n 1 gives the nth row polynomial with offset 1. (See A134685.)  _Tom Copeland_, Oct 21 2011
%e Viewed as a triangular array, the values are
%e 1;
%e 1, 1;
%e 1, 5, 1;
%e 1, 16, 16, 1;
%e 1, 42, 127, 42, 1; ...
%p DA:=((1+t)*A(u,t)+u)/(1t*A(u,t)): F:=0: for k from 1 to 10 do F:=map(simplify,int(series(subs(A(u,t)=F,DA),u,k),u)); od: # Eric Rains, Apr 02 2005
%Y Cf. A074059. 2nd diagonal is A002662.
%K nonn,tabl,changed
%O 3,5
%A _Margaret A. Readdy_, Aug 16 2002
%E More terms from Eric Rains, Apr 02 2005
