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October 11th, 2010, 01:55 PM   #1
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De Bruijn sequence with no direct repetition ?


I'm looking for an algorithm which would generate a De Bruijn-like sequence with no direct repetition : I mean that a letter should not be directly followed by the same letter.

In my project, I need to generate such a sequence with an alphabet of size k=3 and order n=5.

Is there such an algorithm ?

thanks !
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