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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 15, 2012 9:10 AM
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"IV" wrote in news:k9d5oc$ofp$2@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.)

Graphical representations of permutations, partitions, compositions or weak
compositions:
MacMahon's line graph
Feller's balls and walls (stars and balls)
Ferrers graph, Ferrers diagram
for compositions: MacMahon's zig zag graph = a non-standard Ferrers graph, a
Ferrers-like graph
different kinds of lattice paths - Whose?

Does anyone have other suggestions?






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