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A Toeplitz property of ballot permutations and odd order permutations

By David G. L. Wang and Jerry J. R. Zhang

Abstract

We give a new semi-combinatorial proof for the equality of the number of ballot permutations of length $n$ and the number of odd order permutations of length $n$, which is due to Bernardi, Duplantier and Nadeau. Spiro conjectures that the descent number of ballot permutations and certain cyclic weight of odd order permutations of the same length are equi-distributed. We present a bijection to establish a Toeplitz property for ballot permutations with any fixed number of descents, and a Toeplitz property for odd order permutations with any fixed cyclic weight. This allows us to refine Spiro's conjecture by tracking the neighbors of the largest letter in permutations.Comment: 12 page

Topics: Mathematics - Combinatorics, 05A19 05A05 15B05 05A15
Year: 2020
OAI identifier: oai:arXiv.org:2001.07143

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