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 A060598 Number of 7-dimensional tilings of unary zonotopes. The zonotope Z(D,d) is the projection of the D-dimensional hypercube onto the d-dimensional space and the tiles are the projections of the d-dimensional faces of the hypercube. Here d=7 and D varies. 0

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%S 1,2,18,3564

%N Number of 7-dimensional tilings of unary zonotopes. The zonotope Z(D,d) is the projection of the D-dimensional hypercube onto the d-dimensional space and the tiles are the projections of the d-dimensional faces of the hypercube. Here d=7 and D varies.

%D A. Bjorner, M. Las Vergnas, B. Sturmfels, N. White and G.M. Ziegler, Oriented Matroids, Encyclopedia of Mathematics 46 Second Edition, Cambridge University Press, 1999

%D N. Destainville, R. Mosseri and F. Bailly, Fixed-boundary octagonal random tilings: a combinatorial approach, Journal of Statistical Physics, 102 (2001), no. 1-2, 147-190.

%D Victor Reiner, The generalized Baues problem, in New Perspectives in Algebraic Combinatorics (Berkeley, CA, 1996-1997), 293-336, Math. Sci. Res. Inst. Publ., 38, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 1999.

%H M. Latapy, <a href="https://arxiv.org/abs/math/0008022">Generalized Integer Partitions, Tilings of Zonotopes and Lattices</a>

%e For any d, the only possible tile for Z(d,d) is Z(d,d) itself, therefore the first term of the series is 1. It is well known that there are always two d-tilings of Z(d+1,d), therefore the second term is 2. More examples are available on my web page.

%Y Cf. A006245 (two-dimensional tilings), A060595-A060602.

%Y Column k=7 of A060637.

%K nonn,nice

%O 7,2

%A Matthieu Latapy (latapy(AT)liafa.jussieu.fr), Apr 12 2001

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