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A211584 Number of -2..2 arrays x(i) of n+1 elements i=1..n+1 with set{t,u,v in 0,1}((x[i+t]+x[j+u]+x[k+v])*(-1)^(t+u+v)) having four, five, six or seven distinct values for every i,j,k<=n 1
16, 48, 128, 302, 704, 1622, 3696, 8626, 19784, 47062, 109280, 264218, 620192, 1517126, 3588888, 8847682, 21038192, 52125406, 124356752, 309096434, 738979400, 1840516550, 4406202720, 10988503498, 26329344800, 65717431510, 157552717784 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
OFFSET

1,1

LINKS

R. H. Hardin, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..37

FORMULA

Empirical: a(n) = 3*a(n-1) +10*a(n-2) -35*a(n-3) -25*a(n-4) +130*a(n-5) -180*a(n-7) +36*a(n-8) +72*a(n-9)

EXAMPLE

Some solutions for n=5

..2....2....0...-1...-2....0....0....0...-2...-2...-1....0...-1....0...-2...-2

..0...-1....2....0....1...-2....2....1....1....0....2...-1....0...-2...-1....1

..1...-2...-1....1...-2....0....1....0....2...-1...-1....0....1....1...-2...-2

..2...-1....2....2....1...-1....0....2...-1....0...-2...-1....2...-2...-1...-1

..1....2....0...-1....0....0....1....0...-2...-1....1....0...-1....0....2....0

..0....1....1....0....1...-1....2....2....1....0...-2...-2...-2...-1...-1....1

CROSSREFS

Sequence in context: A190112 A211576 A211590 * A211598 A235541 A109098

Adjacent sequences:  A211581 A211582 A211583 * A211585 A211586 A211587

KEYWORD

nonn

AUTHOR

R. H. Hardin Apr 16 2012

STATUS

approved

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