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 A325019 Triangle read by rows: T(n,k) is the number of achiral colorings of the facets of a regular n-dimensional orthoplex using exactly k colors. Row n has 2^n columns. 9
 1, 0, 1, 4, 3, 0, 1, 19, 141, 394, 450, 180, 0, 0, 1, 306, 33207, 921908, 10359075, 59584470, 197644440, 400752240, 505197000, 386694000, 164656800, 29937600, 0, 0, 0, 0 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,4 COMMENTS Also called cross polytope and hyperoctahedron. For n=1, the figure is a line segment with two vertices. For n=2 the figure is a square with four edges. For n=3 the figure is an octahedron with eight triangular faces. For n=4, the figure is a 16-cell with sixteen tetrahedral facets. The Schläfli symbol, {3,...,3,4}, of the regular n-dimensional orthoplex (n>1) consists of n-2 threes followed by a four. Each of its 2^n facets is an (n-1)-dimensional simplex. An achiral coloring is identical to its reflection. The last 2^(n-2) columns of row n are zero; there are no achiral colorings with that many colors. Also the number of achiral colorings of the vertices of a regular n-dimensional orthotope (cube) using exactly k colors. LINKS Robert A. Russell, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..510, rows 1..8, flattened. E. M. Palmer and R. W. Robinson, Enumeration under two representations of the wreath product, Acta Math., 131 (1973), 123-143. FORMULA A325015(n,k) = Sum_{j=1..2^n} T(n,j) * binomial(k,j). T(n,k) = 2*A325017(n,k) - A325016(n,k) = A325016(n,k) - 2*A325018(n,k) = A325017(n,k) - A325018(n,k). EXAMPLE Triangle begins with T(1,1): 1  0 1  4   3   0 1 19 141 394 450 180 0 0 For T(2,3)=3, each square has one of the three colors on two opposite edges. MATHEMATICA a48[n_] := a48[n] = DivisorSum[NestWhile[#/2&, n, EvenQ], MoebiusMu[#]2^(n/#)&]/(2n); (* A000048 *) a37[n_] := a37[n] = DivisorSum[n, MoebiusMu[n/#]2^#&]/n; (* A001037 *) CI0[{n_Integer}] := CI0[{n}] = CI[Transpose[If[EvenQ[n], p2 = IntegerExponent[n, 2]; sub = Divisors[n/2^p2]; {2^(p2+1) sub, a48 /@ (2^p2 sub) }, sub = Divisors[n]; {sub, a37 /@ sub}]]] 2^(n-1); (* even permutation *) CI1[{n_Integer}] := CI1[{{n}}] = CI[sub = Divisors[n]; Transpose[If[EvenQ[n], {sub, a37 /@ sub}, {2 sub, (a37 /@ sub)/2}]]] 2^(n-1); (* odd permutation *) compress[x : {{_, _} ...}] := (s = Sort[x]; For[i = Length[s], i > 1, i -= 1, If[s[[i, 1]] == s[[i - 1, 1]], s[[i - 1, 2]] += s[[i, 2]]; s = Delete[s, i], Null]]; s) cix[{a_, b_}, {c_, d_}] := {LCM[a, c], (a b c d)/LCM[a, c]}; Unprotect[Times]; Times[CI[a_List], CI[b_List]] :=  (* combine *) CI[compress[Flatten[Outer[cix, a, b, 1], 1]]]; Protect[Times]; CI0[p_List] := CI0[p] = Expand[CI0[Drop[p, -1]] CI0[{Last[p]}] + CI1[Drop[p, -1]] CI1[{Last[p]}]] CI1[p_List] := CI1[p] = Expand[CI0[Drop[p, -1]] CI1[{Last[p]}] + CI1[Drop[p, -1]] CI0[{Last[p]}]] pc[p_List] := Module[{ci, mb}, mb = DeleteDuplicates[p]; ci = Count[p, #] & /@ mb; n!/(Times @@ (ci!) Times @@ (mb^ci))] (* partition count *) row[n_Integer] := row[n] = Factor[(Total[(CI1[#] pc[#]) & /@ IntegerPartitions[n]])/(n! 2^(n - 1))] /. CI[l_List] :> j^(Total[l][]) array[n_, k_] := row[n] /. j -> k (* A325012 *) Table[LinearSolve[Table[Binomial[i, j], {i, 1, 2^n}, {j, 1, 2^n}], Table[array[n, k], {k, 1, 2^n}]], {n, 1, 6}] // Flatten CROSSREFS Cf. A325016 (oriented), A325017 (unoriented), A325018 (chiral), A325015 (up to k colors). Other n-dimensional polytopes: A325003 (simplex), A325011 (orthotope). Cf. A000048, A001037. Sequence in context: A325011 A294188 A331956 * A152151 A327125 A152148 Adjacent sequences:  A325016 A325017 A325018 * A325020 A325021 A325022 KEYWORD nonn,tabf AUTHOR Robert A. Russell, Jun 09 2019 STATUS approved

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