PermLab: software for permutation patterns. PermLab is intended as a laboratory for conducting research on permutation patterns. It features a graphical user interface (GUI) designed around some of the most common experiments in classical permutation patterns, and a Java class library that allows more flexible investigations in a script-like manner.
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- Kuszmaul, William: Fast algorithms for finding pattern avoiders and counting pattern occurrences in permutations (2018)
- Pantone, Jay: The enumeration of permutations avoiding 3124 and 4312 (2017)
- Bloom, Jonathan; Burstein, Alexander: Egge triples and unbalanced Wilf equivalence (2016)
- Bóna, Miklós; Homberger, Cheyne; Pantone, Jay; Vatter, Vincent: Pattern-avoiding involutions: exact and asymptotic enumeration (2016)
- Brignall, Robert; Vatter, Vincent: A simple proof of a theorem of Schmerl and Trotter for permutations (2015)
- Burstein, Alexander; Pantone, Jay: Two examples of unbalanced Wilf-equivalence (2015)
- Albert, Michael H.; Atkinson, M.D.; Vatter, Vincent: Inflations of geometric grid classes: three case studies (2014)
- Smith, Rebecca; Vatter, Vincent: A stack and pop stack in series (2014)