[seqfan] Re: sequence defined by ``exotic addition''
franktaw at netscape.net
franktaw at netscape.net
Tue Dec 22 20:10:13 CET 2009
The first component of n x [1,1] is n. Call the second a(n). Then we
have:
a(2n) = 2n a(n).
a(2n+1) = 2n + a(2n) = 2n (a(n) + 1)
This definition is similar to A098844.
I get values that agree with Maximillian's, not those in the original
message:
1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 24, 30, 64, 72, 120, 130, 288, 300, 420, 434, 1024,
1040, 1296, 1314, 2400, 2420, 2860, 2882, 6912, 6936, 7800, 7826,
11760, 11788, 13020, 13050, 32768, 32800, 35360, 35394, 46656, 46692,
49932, 49970, 96000
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It is unlikely that an associative operation would give a more
interesting sequence; more likely it would produce a very simple
sequence.
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You have to take some of superseeker's responses with a grain of salt.
If you send in 16 terms, and it finds a degree 15 g.f., you haven't
learned anything.
With the revised sequence, superseeker suggests
[64 - 192 a(n) + 240 a(n)^2 - 160 a(n)^3 + 60 a(n)^4 - 12 a(n)^5 +
a(n)^6 , lgdegf]
(lgdegf = logarithmic derivative of exponential generating function)
I sent in 18 terms, so this may well be real.
Franklin T. Adams-Watters
-----Original Message-----
From: Georgi Guninski <guninski at guninski.com>
define binary operation "o" on pairs a,b:
a o b = a[1]+b[1] , a[1]*b[2]+a[2]*b[1]
define scalar multiplication "x":
2n x a = (n x a) o (n x a)
2n+1 x a= ((n x a) o (n x a)) o a
1 x a = a
the sequence a(n) is the second component of n x [1,1]:
1,2,4,8,12,24,40,64,72,144,224,320,416,576,768,1024,1040 ...
the sequence may be more interesting if "o" were associative, is there a
list of binary associative functions?
attached is a sample pari implementation.
superseeker claims to find degree 15 revogf.
thanks.
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georgi
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