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#### 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 ...

#### Counting endomorphisms of crown-like orders

(Springer, 2002-12)

The authors introduce the notion of crown-like orders and introduce powerful tools for counting the endomorphisms of orders of this type.

#### Class Numbers and Biquadratic Reciprocity

(Cambridge University Press, 1982)

#### Least Periods of Factors of Infinite Words

(EDP Sciences, 2009)

We show that any positive integer is the least period of a factor of the Thue-Morse word. We also characterize the set of least periods of factors of a Sturmian word. In particular, the corresponding set for the Fibonacci ...

#### Combinatorics and Algorithmics of Strings

(Dagstuhl Publishing, 2014-03-09)

Strings (aka sequences or words) form the most basic and natural data structure. They occur whenever information is electronically transmitted (as bit streams), when natural language text is spoken or written down (as words ...

#### A direct proof of a result of Thue

(Utilitas Mathematica, 1984)

#### Avoidability index for binary patterns with reversal

(2017)

For every pattern p over the alphabet {x,x^R,y,y^R}, we specify the least k such that p is k-avoidable.

#### Non-Repetitive Tilings

(The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 2002-07-03)

In 1906 Axel Thue showed how to construct an infinite non-repetitive (or square-free) word on an alphabet of size 3. Since then this result has been rediscovered many times and extended in many ways. We present a two-dimensional ...

#### 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.