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3D Polyominoes inscribed in a rectangular prism

@inproceedings{Alain20103DPI,
  title={3D Polyominoes inscribed in a rectangular prism},
  author={G. Alain and Cloutier Hugo},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract. We introduce a family of 3D combinatorial objects that we define as minimal 3D polyominoes inscribed in a rectanglar prism. These objects are connected sets of unitary cubic cells inscribed in a given rectangular prism and of minimal volume under this condition. They extend the concept of 2D polyominoes inscribed in a rectangle defined in a previous work. Using their geometric structure and elementary combinatorial arguments, we construct generating functions of minimal 3D polyominoes… 

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