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 A180438 a(n) counts the distinct cubical (on alphabet of 3 symbols) billiard words with length n, acting as prefix to just k = 2 such words of length n+1 (that is, a subset of "special"). 2
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 OFFSET 0,3 COMMENTS By symmetry under reversal, a(n) also counts length n cubical billiard words acting as suffix to just k length n+1 cubical billiard words. Computation: Fred Lunnon for 0 <= n <= 19 (Magma). The program in A180437 counts k-special words for k = 1, ..., m, where m = 3 denotes the size of the alphabet. LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=0..19. CROSSREFS Cf. A005598, A180238, A180239, A180437, A180439. Sequence in context: A116367 A225384 A276480 * A202366 A185223 A299272 Adjacent sequences: A180435 A180436 A180437 * A180439 A180440 A180441 KEYWORD nonn,more AUTHOR Fred Lunnon, Sep 05 2010 STATUS approved

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