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Adjacencies in Permutations

@article{Chitturi2016AdjacenciesIP,
  title={Adjacencies in Permutations},
  author={Bhadrachalam Chitturi and S KrishnaveniK.},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1601.04469}
}
A permutation on an alphabet $ \Sigma $, is a sequence where every element in $ \Sigma $ occurs precisely once. Given a permutation $ \pi $= ($\pi_{1} $, $ \pi_{2} $, $ \pi_{3} $,....., $ \pi_{n} $) over the alphabet $ \Sigma $ =$\{ $0, 1, . . . , n$-$1 $\}$ the elements in two consecutive positions in $ \pi $ e.g. $ \pi_{i} $ and $ \pi_{i+1} $ are said to form an \emph{adjacency} if $ \pi_{i+1} $ =$ \pi_{i} $+1. The concept of adjacencies is widely used in computation. The set of permutations… Expand

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