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Topic: What is known on graphical representations of integer partitions or compositions?
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Re: What is known on graphical representations of integer partitions or compositions?
Posted: Dec 6, 2012 3:25 PM
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"IV" wrote in news:k9djfi$ned$1@news.albasani.net...
>>>> what is known on graphical representations of integer partitions,
>>>> integer compositions or weak integer compositions? (Weak integer
>>>> compositions are integer compositions where parts 0 are allowed.)


Why does MacMahon represent partitions as Ferrers graphs, but introduces for
compositions his zig zag graphs? Is there a technical reason?






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