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 A215254 Consider numbers m in the range 2^n <= m < 2^(n+1); the smallest A215244(m) in this range is k=A215245(n); a(n) = binary representation of m for the first time this k appears. 6
 1, 10, 100, 1001, 10010, 100101, 1001101, 10010110, 101001101, 1001011001, 10010110010, 100101100101, 1001101001101, 10010110010110, 101001101001101, 1001011001011001, 10010110010110010, 100101100101100101 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS a(n) is an example, the first that is encountered, of a binary vector of length n that has the smallest number of factorizations as a product of palindromes. LINKS Lars Blomberg, Table of n, a(n) for n = 0..26 EXAMPLE If the numbers are written under each other, there is a suggestion of a pattern (see A215255 for the most obvious pattern). It would be interesting to have more terms to see if the pattern continues.    0  1                            1    1  10                           10    2  100                          100    3  1001                         1001    4  10010                        10010    5  100101                       a    6  1001101                      b1    7  10010110                     a10    8  101001101                    10b1    9  1001011001                   a1001   10  10010110010                  a10010   11  100101100101                 aa   12  1001101001101                bb1   13  10010110010110               aa10   14  101001101001101              10bb1   15  1001011001011001             aa1001   16  10010110010110010            aa10010   17  100101100101100101           aaa   18  1001101001101001101          bbb1   19  10010110010110010110         aaa10   20  101001101001101001101        10bbb1   21  1001011001011001011001       aaa1001   22  10010110010110010110010      aaa10010   23  100101100101100101100101     aaaa   24  1001101001101001101001101    bbbb1   25  10010110010110010110010110   aaaa10   26  101001101001101001101001101  10bbbb1 The rightmost column is obtained by substituting a=100101 and b=100110. A period of 6 is apparent. - Lars Blomberg, May 18 2019 CROSSREFS Cf. A215244, A215245, A215246, A215253, A215255. Sequence in context: A118256 A102397 A132347 * A262863 A267156 A267524 Adjacent sequences:  A215251 A215252 A215253 * A215255 A215256 A215257 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR N. J. A. Sloane, Aug 14 2012 EXTENSIONS Example augmented by Lars Blomberg, May 18 2019 STATUS approved

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