## Search

Now showing items 1-8 of 8

#### Binary Words Avoiding xxRx and Strongly Unimodal Sequences

(2015-09-14)

In previous work, Currie and Rampersad showed that the growth of the number
of binary words avoiding the pattern xxxR was intermediate between polynomial and
exponential. We now show that the same result holds for the ...

#### Abelian complexity of fixed point of morphism 0 ↦ 012, 1 ↦ 02, 2 ↦ 1

(Integers, 2014-02-20)

We study the combinatorics of vtm, a variant of the Thue-Morse word generated by the non-uniform morphism 0 ↦ 012, 1 ↦ 02, 2 ↦ 1 starting with 0. This infinite ternary sequence appears a lot in the literature and finds ...

#### Extremal words in morphic subshifts

(Elsevier, 2014-01-22)

Given an infinite word x over an alphabet A, a letter b occurring in
x, and a total order \sigma on A, we call the smallest word with respect to \sigma
starting with b in the shift orbit closure of x an extremal word of ...

#### Growth rate of binary words avoiding xxxR

(Elsevier, 2016-01)

Abstract
Consider the set of those binary words with no non-empty factors of the form
xxx^R. Du, Mousavi, Schaeffer, and Shallit asked whether this set of words grows
polynomially or exponentially with length. In this ...

#### Abelian complexity of fixed point of morphism 0 -> 012, 1 -> 02, 2 -> 1

(2016-02-14)

We study the combinatorics of vtm, a variant of the Thue-Morse word generated by the non-uniform morphism 0 -> 012,1 -> 02,2 -> 1 starting with 0. This inﬁnite ternary sequence appears a lot in the literature and ﬁnds ...

#### Suffix conjugates for a class of morphic subshifts

(Cambridge University Press, 2015-09)

Let A be a finite alphabet and f: A^* --> A^* be a morphism with an iterative fixed point f^\omega(\alpha), where \alpha{} is in A. Consider the subshift (X, T), where X is the shift orbit closure of f^\omega(\alpha) and ...

#### Cubefree words with many squares

(Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 2014-05-13)

We construct infinite cubefree binary words containing exponentially many distinct squares of length n . We also show that for every positive integer n , there is a cubefree binary square of length 2n.

#### On avoidability of formulas with reversal

(EDP Sciences, 2018-02-13)

While a characterization of unavoidable formulas (without reversal) is well-known, little
is known about the avoidability of formulas with reversal in general. In this article, we characterize the unavoidable formulas ...