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 A174234 A variant of Landau's function (A000793) with a restriction on the length of cycles. a(n) is the largest value of lcm(p_1, ..., p_k), with p_1 + ... + p_k <= n, such that there exist integer offsets f_1, ..., f_k with 0 <= f_i < p_i, for which f_i and f_j are different modulo gcd(p_i, p_j). 1
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS a(n) is the maximal period of any set of nonintersecting congruences with moduli summing to at most n. - Charlie Neder, May 09 2019 LINKS Charlie Neder, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..150 FORMULA Asymptotic: log a(n) ~ (n log(n)^2) ^ 1/3. EXAMPLE a(10)=12 is given by k=2, p_1=4, p_2=6, f_1=0 and f_2=1, with 0 != 1 mod(gcd(4, 6)). CROSSREFS Cf. Landau's function (A000793). Sequence in context: A029970 A143265 A109841 * A163807 A118766 A136399 Adjacent sequences:  A174231 A174232 A174233 * A174235 A174236 A174237 KEYWORD more,nonn AUTHOR Alexander Okhotin (alexander.okhotin(AT)utu.fi), Mar 13 2010 EXTENSIONS a(51)-a(56) and minor edits from Charlie Neder, May 09 2019 STATUS approved

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