

A258002


Capped binary boundary codes for holeless strictly nonoverlapping polyhexes (all orientations and rotations included).


5



1, 127, 1519, 1783, 1915, 1981, 2014, 6007, 7099, 7645, 7918, 20335, 22447, 23479, 23503, 23995, 24187, 24253, 24286, 26551, 27607, 28123, 28135, 28381, 28477, 28510, 29659, 30187, 30445, 30451, 30574, 30622, 31213, 31477, 31606, 31609, 31990, 32122, 32188, 80815, 81271, 89527, 89551, 89719, 93655, 93883, 95191, 95707, 95719, 95965, 96061
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OFFSET

0,2


COMMENTS

The sequence consists of those terms of A255571 whose every A080541/A080542rotation is also a term of A255571 and in their binary representation the number of 1's is larger than the number of 0's. More precisely, after the initial term a(0)=1 (which stands for an empty path) each term has seven more 1's than 0's in their binary representation, i.e., A037861(a(n)) = 7 for all n >= 1.


LINKS

Antti Karttunen, Table of n, a(n) for n = 0..20622; all terms up to the binary width 26+1, solutions up to 26 edges


EXAMPLE

8167737748888 is included in the sequence, as it encodes a 42edge polyhex pattern which is composed of two sevenhex "crowns" connected by a snakelike "Spiece".


PROG

(Scheme, with Antti Karttunen's IntSeqlibrary)
(define A258002 (MATCHINGPOS 0 1 (lambda (n) (and (negative? (A037861 n)) (isA255571? n) (isA255571? (A080542 n))))))
;; See also the code in A255571 and A080542.


CROSSREFS

Intersection of A072600 and A258001.
Intersection of A255571 and A258012.
Subsequence: A258003 (lexicographically largest representatives).
Cf. A037861.
Differs from A258012 for the first time at n=6622.
Sequence in context: A189026 A287653 A258012 * A025598 A115153 A172408
Adjacent sequences: A257999 A258000 A258001 * A258003 A258004 A258005


KEYWORD

nonn,base


AUTHOR

Antti Karttunen, May 16 2015


STATUS

approved



