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A001037 Number of degree-n irreducible polynomials over GF(2); number of n-bead necklaces with beads of 2 colors when turning over is not allowed and with primitive period n; number of binary Lyndon words of length n.
(Formerly M0116 N0046 N0287)
1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, 30, 56, 99, 186, 335, 630, 1161, 2182, 4080, 7710, 14532, 27594, 52377, 99858, 190557, 364722, 698870, 1342176, 2580795, 4971008, 9586395, 18512790, 35790267, 69273666, 134215680, 260300986, 505286415, 981706806, 1908866960, 3714566310, 7233615333, 14096302710, 27487764474 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
Also dimensions of free Lie algebras - see A059966, which is essentially the same sequence.
This sequence also represents the number N of cycles of length L in a digraph under x^2 seen modulo a Mersenne prime M_q=2^q-1. This number does not depend on q and L is any divisor of q-1. See Theorem 5 and Corollary 3 of the Shallit and Vasiga paper: N=sum(eulerphi(d)/order(d,2)) where d is a divisor of 2^(q-1)-1 such that order(d,2)=L. - Tony Reix, Nov 17 2005
Except for a(0) = 1, Bau-Sen Du's [1985/2007] Table 1, p. 6, has this sequence as the 7th (rightmost) column. Other columns of the table include (but are not identified as) A006206-A006208. - Jonathan Vos Post, Jun 18 2007
"Number of binary Lyndon words" means: number of binary strings inequivalent modulo rotation (cyclic permutation) of the digits and not having a period smaller than n. This provides a link to A103314, since these strings correspond to the inequivalent zero-sum subsets of U_m (m-th roots of unity) obtained by taking the union of U_n (n|m) with 0 or more U_d (n | d, d | m) multiplied by some power of exp(i 2Pi/n) to make them mutually disjoint. (But not all zero-sum subsets of U_m are of that form.) - M. F. Hasler, Jan 14 2007
Also the number of dynamical cycles of period n of a threshold Boolean automata network which is a quasi-minimal positive circuit of size a multiple of n and which is updated in parallel. - Mathilde Noual (mathilde.noual(AT)ens-lyon.fr), Feb 25 2009
Also, the number of periodic points with (minimal) period n in the iteration of the tent map f(x):=2min{x,1-x} on the unit interval. - Pietro Majer, Sep 22 2009
Number of distinct cycles of minimal period n in a shift dynamical system associated with a totally disconnected hyperbolic iterated function system (see Barnsley link). - Michel Marcus, Oct 06 2013
From Jean-Christophe Hervé, Oct 26 2014: (Start)
For n > 0, a(n) is also the number of orbits of size n of the transform associated to the Kolakoski sequence A000002 (and this is true for any map with 2^n periodic points of period n). The Kolakoski transform changes a sequence of 1's and 2's by the sequence of the lengths of its runs. The Kolakoski sequence is one of the two fixed points of this transform, the other being the same sequence without the initial term. A025142 and A025143 are the periodic points of the orbit of size 2. A027375(n) = n*a(n) gives the number of periodic points of minimal period n.
For n > 1, this sequence is equal to A059966 and to A060477, and for n = 1, a(1) = A059966(1)+1 = A060477(1)-1; this because the n-th term of all 3 sequences is equal to (1/n)*sum_{d|n} mu(n/d)*(2^d+e), with e = -1/0/1 for resp. A059966/this sequence/A060477, and sum_{d|n} mu(n/d) equals 1 for n = 1 and 0 for all n > 1. (End)
Warning: A000031 and A001037 are easily confused, since they have similar formulas.
From Petros Hadjicostas, Jul 14 2020: (Start)
Following Kam Cheong Au (2020), let d(w,N) be the dimension of the Q-span of weight w and level N of colored multiple zeta values (CMZV). Here Q are the rational numbers.
Deligne's bound says that d(w,N) <= D(w,N), where 1 + Sum_{w >= 1} D(w,N)*t^w = (1 - a*t + b*t^2)^(-1) when N >= 3, where a = phi(N)/2 + omega(N) and b = omega(N) - 1 (with omega(N) = A001221(N) being the number of distinct primes of N).
For N = 3, a = phi(3)/2 + omega(3) = 2/2 + 1 = 2 and b = omega(3) - 1 = 0. It follows that D(w, N=3) = A000079(w) = 2^w.
For some reason, Kam Cheong Au (2020) assumes Deligne's bound is tight, i.e., d(w,N) = D(w,N). He sets Sum_{w >= 1} c(w,N)*t^w = log(1 + Sum_{w >= 1} d(w,N)*t^w) = log(1 + Sum_{w >= 1} D(w,N)*t^w) = -log(1 - a*t + b*t^2) for N >= 3.
For N = 3, we get that c(w, N=3) = A000079(w)/w = 2^w/w.
He defines d*(w,N) = Sum_{k | w} (mu(k)/k)*c(w/k,N) to be the "number of primitive constants of weight w and level N". (Using the terminology of A113788, we may perhaps call d*(w,N) the number of irreducible colored multiple zeta values at weight w and level N.)
Using standard techniques of the theory of g.f.'s, we can prove that Sum_{w >= 1} d*(w,N)*t^w = Sum_{s >= 1} (mu(s)/s) Sum_{k >= 1} c(k,N)*(t^s)^k = -Sum_{s >= 1} (mu(s)/s)*log(1 - a*t^s + b*t^(2*s)).
For N = 3, we saw that a = 2 and b = 0, and hence d*(w, N=3) = a(w) = Sum_{k | w} (mu(k)/k) * 2^(w/k) / (w/k) = (1/w) * Sum_{k | w} mu(k) * 2^(w/k) for w >= 1. See Table 1 on p. 6 in Kam Cheong Au (2020). (End)
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For n >= 1:
a(n) = (1/n)*Sum_{d | n} mu(n/d)*2^d.
A000031(n) = Sum_{d | n} a(d).
2^n = Sum_{d | n} d*a(d).
a(n) = A027375(n)/n.
a(n) = A000048(n) + A051841(n).
For n > 1, a(n) = A059966(n) = A060477(n).
G.f.: 1 - Sum_{n >= 1} moebius(n)*log(1 - 2*x^n)/n, where moebius(n) = A008683(n). - Paul D. Hanna, Oct 13 2010
From Richard L. Ollerton, May 10 2021: (Start)
For n >= 1:
a(n) = (1/n)*Sum_{k=1..n} mu(gcd(n,k))*2^(n/gcd(n,k))/phi(n/gcd(n,k)).
a(n) = (1/n)*Sum_{k=1..n} mu(n/gcd(n,k))*2^gcd(n,k)/phi(n/gcd(n,k)). (End)
a(n) ~ 2^n / n. - Vaclav Kotesovec, Aug 11 2021
Binary strings (Lyndon words, cf. A102659):
a(0) = 1 = #{ "" },
a(1) = 2 = #{ "0", "1" },
a(2) = 1 = #{ "01" },
a(3) = 2 = #{ "001", "011" },
a(4) = 3 = #{ "0001", "0011", "0111" },
a(5) = 6 = #{ "00001", "00011", "00101", "00111", "01011", "01111" }.
with(numtheory): A001037 := proc(n) local a, d; if n = 0 then RETURN(1); else a := 0: for d in divisors(n) do a := a+mobius(n/d)*2^d; od: RETURN(a/n); fi; end;
f[n_] := Block[{d = Divisors@ n}, Plus @@ (MoebiusMu[n/d]*2^d/n)]; Array[f, 32]
(PARI) A001037(n)=if(n>1, sumdiv(n, d, moebius(d)*2^(n/d))/n, n+1) \\ Edited by M. F. Hasler, Jan 11 2016
(PARI) {a(n)=polcoeff(1-sum(k=1, n, moebius(k)/k*log(1-2*x^k+x*O(x^n))), n)} \\ Paul D. Hanna, Oct 13 2010
(PARI) a(n)=if(n>1, my(s); forstep(i=2^n+1, 2^(n+1), 2, s+=polisirreducible(Mod(1, 2) * Pol(binary(i)))); s, n+1) \\ Charles R Greathouse IV, Jan 26 2012
a001037 0 = 1
a001037 n = (sum $ map (\d -> (a000079 d) * a008683 (n `div` d)) $
a027750_row n) `div` n
-- Reinhard Zumkeller, Feb 01 2013
from sympy import divisors, mobius
def a(n): return sum(mobius(d) * 2**(n//d) for d in divisors(n))/n if n>1 else n + 1 # Indranil Ghosh, Apr 26 2017
Column 2 of A074650.
Row sums of A051168, which gives the number of Lyndon words with fixed number of zeros and ones.
Euler transform is A000079.
See A058943 and A102569 for initial terms. See also A058947, A011260, A059966.
Irreducible over GF(2), GF(3), GF(4), GF(5), GF(7): A058943, A058944, A058948, A058945, A058946. Primitive irreducible over GF(2), GF(3), GF(4), GF(5), GF(7): A058947, A058949, A058952, A058950, A058951.
Cf. A000031 (n-bead necklaces but may have period dividing n), A014580, A046211, A046209, A006206-A006208, A038063, A060477, A103314.
See also A102659 for the list of binary Lyndon words themselves.
Sequence in context: A277629 A277631 A277633 * A122086 A082594 A051850
Revised by N. J. A. Sloane, Jun 10 2012

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