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 A211701 Rectangular array by antidiagonals, n >= 1, k >= 1: R(n,k) = n + [n/2] + ... + [n/k], where [ ]=floor. 13
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS R(n,k) is the number of ordered pairs (x,y) of integers x,y satisfying 1 <= x <= k, 1 <= y <= k, and x*y <= n. Limiting row: A000618=(1,3,5,8,10,14,16,20,...). Row 1: A000027 Row 2: A032766 Row 3: A106252 Row 4: A211703 Row 5: A211704 R(n,n) = A000618(n) ... For n > =1, row n is a homogeneous linear recurrence sequence of order A005728(n), and it exemplifies a certain class, C, of recurrences which are palindromic (in the sense given below). The class depends on sequences s having n-th term [(n^k)/j], where k and j are arbitrary fixed positive integers and [ ] = floor. The characteristic polynomial of s is (x^j-1)(x-1)^k, which is a palindromic polynomial (sometimes called a reciprocal polynomial). The class C consists of sequences u given by the form    ...    u(n) = c(1)*[r(1)*n^k(1)] + ... + c(m)*[r(m)*n^k(m)],    ... where c(i) are integers and r(i) are rational numbers. Assume that r(i) is in lowest terms, and let j(i) be its denominator. Then the characteristic polynomial of u is the least common multiple of all the irreducible (over the integers) factors of all the polynomials (x^j(i)-1)(x-1)^k(i). As all such factors are palindromic (indeed, they are all cyclotomic polynomials), the characteristic polynomial of u is also palindromic. In other words, if the generating function of u is written as p(x)/q(x), then q(x) is a palindromic polynomial. Thus, if q(x) = q(h)x^h + ... + q(1)x + q(0), then (q(h), q(h-1), ..., q(1), q(0)) is palindromic, and consequently, the recurrence coefficients for u, after excluding q(0); i.e., (- q(h-1), ... - q(1)), are palindromic. For example, row 3 of A211701 has the following recurrence: u(n) = u(n-2) + u(n-3) - u(n-5), for which q(x) = x^5 - x^3 - x^2 + 1, with recurrence coefficients (0,1,1,0,-1). Recurrence coefficients (palindromic after excluding the last term) are shown here: for row 1:  (2, -1) for row 2:  (1 ,1, -1) for row 3:  (0, 1, 1, 0, -1) for row 4:  (0, 0, 1, 1, 0, 0, -1) for row 5:  (-1, -1, 0, 1, 2, 2, 1, 0, -1, -1, -1) for row 6:  (0, -1, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, -1, 0, -1) for row 7:  (-1, -2, -2, -2, -1, 0, 2, 3, 4, 4, 3, 2,               0, -1, -2, -2, -2, -1, -1) for row 13:  (-2,-4,-7,-12,-18,-27,-37,-50,-64,-80,-95,               -111,-123,-133,-137,-136,-126,-110,-84,-52,               -12,32,80,127,173,213,246,269,281,281,269,                246,213,173,127,80,32,-12,-52,-84,-110,               -126,-136,-137,-133,-123,-111,-95,-80,-64,               -50,-37,-27,-18,-12,-7,-4,-2,-1) LINKS EXAMPLE Northwest corner:   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10   1   3   4   6   7   9  10  12  13  15   1   3   5   7   8  11  12  14  16  18   1   3   5   8   9  12  13  16  18  19 MATHEMATICA f[n_, m_] := Sum[Floor[n/k], {k, 1, m}] TableForm[Table[f[n, m], {m, 1, 20}, {n, 1, 16}]] Flatten[Table[f[n + 1 - m, m], {n, 1, 14}, {m, 1, n}]] CROSSREFS Cf. A211702, A211703, A211704, A211705. Sequence in context: A210258 A181108 A211782 * A183110 A117895 A188002 Adjacent sequences:  A211698 A211699 A211700 * A211702 A211703 A211704 KEYWORD nonn,tabl AUTHOR Clark Kimberling, Apr 19 2012 STATUS approved

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