On the Evolution of Islands
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|Doyle, Mallows, Orlitsky, Shepp|
|On islands and seas: an island is a maximal set of adjacent marked cells in a ring or row; a sea is a maximal set of adjacent unmarked cells. An inductive proof and a counting-argument proof. A paper that appeared in the Israel Journal of Mathematics.|
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