[seqfan] Re: knight's distnaces
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Wed Dec 27 19:53:55 CET 2017
A (3,2)-leaper is sometimes called a zebra
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On Wed, Dec 27, 2017 at 11:47 AM, David Newman <davidsnewman at gmail.com>
> All this talk of queens has made me think of knights. A018837 gives "the
> number of steps for knight to reach (n,0) on an infinite chessboard.
> I'm thinking of an piece which I shall call a 3-2-knight because it may
> move 3 boxes horizontally and then 2 boxes vertically, or it may move 3
> boxes vertically and then 2 boxes horizontally. (The ordinary chess
> knight could be called a 2-1-knight by analogy.)
> I tried to compute a sequence analogous to A018837 . I got a sequence which
> begins 0,7,4,5,2,7,2 which doesn't seem to be in the OEIS. Could someone
> check the computation? Is this of interest? What of i-j-knights for other
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