### Pattern avoidance in permutations: Linear and cyclic orders.

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Augustine Munagi (2014)

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The study of parity-alternating permutations of {1, 2, … n} is extended to permutations containing a prescribed number of parity successions - adjacent pairs of elements of the same parity. Several enumeration formulae are computed for permutations containing a given number of parity successions, in conjunction with further parity and length restrictions. The objects are classified using direct construction and elementary combinatorial techniques. Analogous results are derived for circular...