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A054630 T(n,k) = Sum_{d|k} phi(d)*n^(k/d)/k, triangle read by rows, T(n,k) for n >= 1 and 1 <= k <= n. 9

%I

%S 1,2,3,3,6,11,4,10,24,70,5,15,45,165,629,6,21,76,336,1560,7826,7,28,

%T 119,616,3367,19684,117655,8,36,176,1044,6560,43800,299600,2097684,9,

%U 45,249,1665,11817,88725,683289,5381685,43046889,10,55,340,2530,20008,166870,1428580,12501280,111111340,1000010044

%N T(n,k) = Sum_{d|k} phi(d)*n^(k/d)/k, triangle read by rows, T(n,k) for n >= 1 and 1 <= k <= n.

%C T(n, k) are the number of n-ary necklaces of length k (see Ruskey, Savage and Wang). - _Peter Luschny_, Aug 12 2012, comment corrected on suggestion of _Petros Hadjicostas_, _Peter Luschny_, Sep 10 2018

%C From _Petros Hadjicostas_, Sep 12 2018: (Start)

%C The programs by Peter Luschny below can generate all n-ary necklaces of length k (and all k-ary necklaces of length n) for any positive integer values of n and k, not just for 1 <= k <= n.

%C From the examples below, we see that the number of 4-ary necklaces of length 3 equals the number of 3-ary necklaces of length 4. The question is whether there are other pairs (n, k) of distinct positive integers such that the number of n-ary necklaces of length k equals the number of k-ary necklaces of length n.

%C (End)

%D D. E. Knuth, Generating All Tuples and Permutations. The Art of Computer Programming, Vol. 4, Fascicle 2, Addison-Wesley, 2005.

%H Peter Luschny, <a href="/A054630/b054630.txt">Rows 1..45, flattened</a>

%H H. Fredricksen and I. J. Kessler, <a href="https://doi.org/10.1016/0012-365X(86)90089-0">An algorithm for generating necklaces of beads in two colors</a>, Discrete Math. 61 (1986), 181-188.

%H H. Fredricksen and J. Maiorana, <a href="https://doi.org/10.1016/0012-365X(78)90002-X">Necklaces of beads in k colors and k-ary de Bruijn sequences</a>, Discrete Math. 23(3) (1978), 207-210. Reviewed in MR0523071 (80e:05007).

%H Peter Luschny, <a href="/A054630/a054630.txt">Implementation of the FKM algorithm in SageMath and Julia</a>

%H F. Ruskey, C. Savage, and T. M. Y. Wang, <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0196-6774(92)90047-G">Generating necklaces</a>, Journal of Algorithms, 13(3), 1992, 414-430.

%H <a href="/index/Ne#necklaces">Index entries for sequences related to necklaces</a>

%F T(n,n) = A056665(n). - _Peter Luschny_, Aug 12 2012

%F T(n,k) = (1/k)*Sum_{i=1..k} n^gcd(i, k). - _Peter Luschny_, Sep 10 2018

%e Triangle starts:

%e 1;

%e 2, 3;

%e 3, 6, 11;

%e 4, 10, 24, 70;

%e 5, 15, 45, 165, 629;

%e 6, 21, 76, 336, 1560, 7826;

%e The 24 necklaces over {0,1,2} of length 4 are:

%e 0000,0001,0002,0011,0012,0021,0022,0101,0102,0111,0112,0121,

%e 0122,0202,0211,0212,0221,0222,1111,1112,1122,1212,1222,2222.

%e The 24 necklaces over {0,1,2,3} of length 3 are:

%e 000,001,002,003,011,012,013,021,022,023,031,032,

%e 033,111,112,113,122,123,132,133,222,223,233,333.

%p T := (n,k) -> add(n^igcd(i,k), i=1..k)/k:

%p seq(seq(T(n,k), k=1..n), n=1..10); # _Peter Luschny_, Sep 10 2018

%t T[n_, k_] := 1/k Sum[EulerPhi[d] n^(k/d), {d, Divisors[k]}];

%t Table[T[n, k], {n, 1, 10}, {k, 1, n}] // Flatten (* _Jean-Fran├žois Alcover_, Jul 30 2018 *)

%o (Sage)

%o def A054630(n,k): return (1/k)*add(euler_phi(d)*n^(k/d) for d in divisors(k))

%o for n in (1..9):

%o print [A054630(n,k) for k in (1..n)] # _Peter Luschny_, Aug 12 2012

%o (Julia)

%o A054630(n::Int, k::Int) = div(sum(n^gcd(i,k) for i in 1:k), k)

%o for n in 1:6

%o println([A054630(n, k) for k in 1:n])

%o end # _Peter Luschny_, Sep 10 2018

%Y Cf. A054631, A054618, A054619, A056665, A215474. Upper triangle of A075195.

%K nonn,tabl

%O 1,2

%A _N. J. A. Sloane_, Apr 16 2000, revised Mar 21 2007

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