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Baum-Sweet Sequence
The
term in the Baum-Sweet sequence is 1 if the length of every block of consecutive zeros in the binary expansion of
is even, and 0 otherwise.
A recurrence plot is a view of a moment in time for a phase space, which illustrates all the times when the same area in the phase space is visited.
Contributed by:
Daniel de Souza Carvalho
Based on a program by:
Eric W. Weisstein
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Contributed by:
Daniel de Souza Carvalho
Based on a program by:
Eric W. Weisstein
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