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 A276449 Number of 1-orbits of the cyclic group C_4 for a bi-colored square n X n grid with n squares of one color. 4
 1, 0, 0, 4, 6, 0, 0, 120, 190, 0, 0, 7140, 11480, 0, 0, 635376, 1028790, 0, 0, 75287520, 122391522, 0, 0, 11143364232, 18161699556, 0, 0, 1978369382080, 3230129794320, 0, 0, 409663695276000, 669741609663270, 0, 0, 96930293990660064, 158625578809472060 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,4 COMMENTS The old name was: Number of ways to choose n points from an n X n grid so that they have 90-degree rotational symmetry. Consider a square n X n grid with n^2 squares. Each of the n^2 squares comes in two colors. (E.g., an n X n chessboard with only two black fields, or a binary n X n matrix). There are N(n) = binomial(n^2,n) = A014062(n) such 2-color grids. We are interested in configurations where n squares are colored in one way, say black, and the remaining ones stay white. Only colored grids modulo rotation around some axis perpendicular to the board through its center are of interest. These rotations represent the cyclic group C_4. Under C_4 operations R(90)^k, k=1..4, there will only be orbits of order 1 (colored grids invariant under R(90)^1, hence any rotation) order 2 (two different grids each not invariant under R(90)^1 but R(90)^2 operation, transforming into each other) and order 4 (four different grids each not invariant under R(90)^k for k=1,2,3, but under R(4)^4, transforming into each other). The orbit structure is denoted by 1^(e(n,1)) 2^(e(n,2)) 4^(e(n,4)) with e(n, 2^j) nonnegative integers for j=0,1,2. One has Sum_{j=0,1,2} 2^j*e(n,2^j) = N(n), and Sum_{j=0,1,2} e(n,2^j) which is the total number of orbits, given in A276454(n). For example, one of the four 1-orbits of 4 X 4 board. (o) white, (+) black:    + o o +    o o o o    o o o o    + o o +  , an example of a 2-orbit,    + o + o   o o o +    o o o o   + o o o    o o o o   o o o +    o + o +   + o o o  , an example of a 4-orbit,    + + + +   o o o +   o o o o   + o o o    o o o o   o o o +   o o o o   + o o o    o o o o   o o o +   o o o o   + o o o    o o o o   o o o +   + + + +   + o o o . The present sequence a(n) gives the number of 1-orbits of such 2-colored boards with n squares of one color under C_4. LINKS Hong-Chang Wang, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..100 FORMULA a(n) = binomial((2*i)^2,i), for n = 4*i, a(n) = binomial((2*i)*(2*i+1),i), for n = 4*i+1, a(n) = 0, for others. EXAMPLE a(4) = 4, the arrangements are as follows:    + o o +   o + o o   o o + o   o o o o    o o o o   o o o +   + o o o   o + + o    o o o o   + o o o   o o o +   o + + o    + o o +   o o + o   o + o o   o o o o a(5) = 6, the arrangements are as follows:    + o o o +   o + o o o   o o + o o    o o o o o   o o o o +   o o o o o    o o + o o   o o + o o   + o + o +    o o o o o   + o o o o   o o o o o    + o o o +   o o o + o   o o + o o    and    o o o + o   o o o o o   o o o o o    + o o o o   o + o + o   o O + o o    O o + o o   o o + o o   o + + + o    o o o o +   o + O + O   o o + o o    o + o o o   o o o o o   o o o o o reformatted - Wolfdieter Lang, Oct 02 2016 MAPLE seq(op([binomial(2*i*(2*i+1), i), 0, 0, binomial(4*(i+1)^2, i+1)]), i=0..30); # Robert Israel, Sep 05 2016 MATHEMATICA Table[If[MemberQ[{2, 3}, #], 0, Function[i, Binomial[(2 i) (2 i + #), i]]@ Floor[n/4]] &@ Mod[n, 4], {n, 37}] (* Michael De Vlieger, Sep 07 2016 *) PROG (Python) import math def nCr(n, r):     f = math.factorial     return f(n) / f(r) / f(n-r) # main program for j in range(101):     if j%4 == 0:         a = nCr((j*j/4), (j/4))     elif j%4 == 1:         a = nCr(((j-1)/2)*((j-1)/2+1), ((j-1)/4))     else:         a = 0     print(str(j)+" "+str(a)) CROSSREFS Cf. A014062, A276451, A276452, A276454. Sequence in context: A201529 A079207 A259825 * A056945 A324472 A070683 Adjacent sequences:  A276446 A276447 A276448 * A276450 A276451 A276452 KEYWORD nonn,easy AUTHOR Jason Y.S. Chiu, Chiang, Tung-Ying, Hsiang-An Wang, Hong-Chang Wang, Sep 02 2016 EXTENSIONS Edited: New name. Old name as a comment. Text substantially changed. Wolfdieter Lang, Oct 02 2016 STATUS approved

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