A note on baxter's generalization of the temperley-lieb operators
The number b(n) of modes of connections of 2n points permissible under Baxter's generalization of the Temperley-Lieb operators is found to be Open image in new window
In particular b(n) differs from the Schröder number sn for n ⩾ 4.
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