# Anders Claesson

• Electr. J. Comb.
• 2011
Any permutation statistic f : S → C may be represented uniquely as a, possibly infinite, linear combination of (classical) permutation patterns: f = Στλf (τ)τ . To provide explicit expansions for certain statistics, we introduce a new type of permutation patterns that we call mesh patterns. Intuitively, an occurrence of the mesh pattern p = (π,R) is an(More)
• J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
• 2010
We present bijections between four classes of combinatorial objects. Two of them, the class of unlabeled (2 + 2)-free posets and a certain class of involutions (or chord diagrams), already appeared in the literature, but were apparently not known to be equinumerous. We present a direct bijection between them. The third class is a family of permutations(More)
Recently, Babson and Steingŕımsson have introduced generalised permutation patterns that allow the requirement that two adjacent letters in a pattern must be adjacent in the permutation. We will consider pattern avoidance for such patterns, and give a complete solution for the number of permutations avoiding any single pattern of length three with exactly(More)
It is well-known, and was first established by Knuth in 1969, that the number of 321-avoiding permutations is equal to that of 132-avoiding permutations. In the literature one can find many subsequent bijective proofs of this fact. It turns out that some of the published bijections can easily be obtained from others. In this paper we describe all bijections(More)
• Discrete Mathematics
• 2002
We call a Stieltjes continued fraction with monic monomial numerators a Catalan continued fraction. Let ek(π) be the number of increasing subsequences of length k + 1 in the permutation π. We prove that any Catalan continued fraction is the multivariate generating function of a family of statistics on the 132-avoiding permutations, each consisting of a(More)
It is well-known, and was first established by Knuth in 1969, that the number of 321-avoiding permutations is equal to that of 132-avoiding permutations. In the literature one can find many subsequent bijective proofs of this fact. It turns out that some of the published bijections can easily be obtained from others. In this paper we describe all bijections(More)
• Eur. J. Comb.
• 2010
Motivated by juggling sequences and bubble sort, we examine permutations on the set {1, 2, . . . , n} with d descents and maximum drop size k. We give explicit formulas for enumerating such permutations for given integers k and d. We also derive the related generating functions and prove unimodality and symmetry of the coefficients. Résumé. Motivés par les(More)