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0 - 1 sequences having the same numbers of ( 1 - 1 ) -couples of given distances

Antonín Lešanovský, Jan Rataj, Stanislav Hojek (1992)

Mathematica Bohemica

Let a be a 0 - 1 sequence with a finite number of terms equal to 1. The distance sequence δ ( a ) of a is defined as a sequence of the numbers of ( 1 - 1 ) -couples of given distances. The paper investigates such pairs of 0 - 1 sequences a , b that a is different from b and δ ( a ) = δ ( b ) .

A note on uniform or Banach density

Georges Grekos, Vladimír Toma, Jana Tomanová (2010)

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

In this note we present and comment three equivalent definitions of the so called uniform or Banach density of a set of positive integers.

A problem of Rankin on sets without geometric progressions

Melvyn B. Nathanson, Kevin O'Bryant (2015)

Acta Arithmetica

A geometric progression of length k and integer ratio is a set of numbers of the form a , a r , . . . , a r k - 1 for some positive real number a and integer r ≥ 2. For each integer k ≥ 3, a greedy algorithm is used to construct a strictly decreasing sequence ( a i ) i = 1 of positive real numbers with a₁ = 1 such that the set G ( k ) = i = 1 ( a 2 i , a 2 i - 1 ] contains no geometric progression of length k and integer ratio. Moreover, G ( k ) is a maximal subset of (0,1] that contains no geometric progression of length k and integer ratio. It is also proved that there is...

Additive properties of dense subsets of sifted sequences

Olivier Ramaré, Imre Z. Ruzsa (2001)

Journal de théorie des nombres de Bordeaux

We examine additive properties of dense subsets of sifted sequences, and in particular prove under very general assumptions that such a sequence is an additive asymptotic basis whose order is very well controlled.

Aposyndesis in

José del Carmen Alberto-Domínguez, Gerardo Acosta, Maira Madriz-Mendoza (2023)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

We consider the Golomb and the Kirch topologies in the set of natural numbers. Among other results, we show that while with the Kirch topology every arithmetic progression is aposyndetic, in the Golomb topology only for those arithmetic progressions P ( a , b ) with the property that every prime number that divides a also divides b , it follows that being connected, being Brown, being totally Brown, and being aposyndetic are all equivalent. This characterizes the arithmetic progressions which are aposyndetic...

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