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 A261516 Number of perfect rhythmic tilings of [0,3n-1] with triples. 4
 1, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0, 18, 66, 382, 1104, 4138, 15324, 61644, 325456, 2320948, 17660110, 148271962, 1171109228, 9257051746 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,5 COMMENTS A perfect tiling of the line with triples consists of groups of three evenly spaced points, each group having a different common interval such that all points of the line are covered. REFERENCES J. P. Delahaye, La musique mathématique de Tom Johnson, in Mathématiques pour le plaisir, Belin-Pour la Science, Paris, 2010. LINKS J. P. Delahaye, La musique mathématique de Tom Johnson, Pour la Science, 325, Nov 2004, pp. 88-93. Tom Johnson, Perfect Rhythmic Tilings, Lecture delivered at MaMuX meeting, IRCAM, January 24, 2004. Tom Johnson, Tiling in My music, August, 2008. EXAMPLE For n=1, there is 1 such tiling: (0,1,2). For n=5, there are 2 such tilings: (3,4,5), (8,10,12), (5,9,13), (1,6,11), (0,7,14) and its mirror, that have these distinct common differences: 1,2,4,5,7. CROSSREFS Cf. A060963, A104429, A261517, A285527. Sequence in context: A242569 A152154 A324665 * A009198 A209123 A139003 Adjacent sequences:  A261513 A261514 A261515 * A261517 A261518 A261519 KEYWORD nonn,more AUTHOR Michel Marcus, Aug 23 2015 EXTENSIONS a(16)-a(17) from Alois P. Heinz, Sep 16 2015 a(18)-a(19) from Fausto A. C. Cariboni, Mar 27 2017 STATUS approved

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