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 A307088 The position function the fractalization of which yields A307081. 2
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS For a definition of the fractalization process, see comments in A194959. The sequence A307081, triangular array where row n is the list of the numbers from 1 to n sorted in ascending order of f(n) = A095112(n)/n, is clearly the result of a fractalization. Let {a(n)} (this sequence) be its position function. LINKS FORMULA a(n)=1 iff n=1. a(n)=2 iff n is a prime number. a(n)=n iff n is in A307187. EXAMPLE In A307081 in triangular form, - row 8 is:  1  7  5  3  2  4  6  8 - row 9 is:  1  7  5  3  9  2  4  6  8 Row 9 is row 8 in which 9 has been inserted in position 5, so a(9) = 5. PROG (PARI) f(n)={my(s=0, T); T=factorint(n); for(i=1, #T[, 1], for(j=1, T[i, 2], s+=1/T[i, 1]^j)); s} prog(n)={my(V, v, j); V=List(); for(k=1, n, v=f(k)+0.; j=setsearch(V, v, 1); if(j==0, print("err"); return, listinsert(V, v, j); print1(j, ", ")))} CROSSREFS Cf. A194959 (introducing fractalization). Cf. A307081 (fractalization of this sequence). Cf. A307187 (positions of the records of f). Cf. A095112. Sequence in context: A316437 A137502 A318885 * A143112 A286472 A279690 Adjacent sequences:  A307085 A307086 A307087 * A307089 A307090 A307091 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Luc Rousseau, Mar 23 2019 STATUS approved

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