The Art of Bijective Combinatorics Part III

The cellular ansatz: bijective combinatorics and quadratic algebra

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India (January-March 2018)

Preface

to be completed

How to quote this video-book in the literature

The videos, slides and the address of this video-book ABjC will remain unchanged. It is possible to quote this video-book in the literature in the same way as quoting a book. If you give only the direct link to a set of slides, or to the YouTube address of a video, the reader will miss the corresponding page giving the precise decription of the slides, video and direct links in order to navigate inside the video. Also think of our Chinese colleagues, for which the link to the video is only through the popular Chinese chain "bilibili".

I suggest the following:

- if you want to quote one of the four part (volume) of ABjC, I suggest to quote in an analogous way to a book, with the editor (here IMSc), the place of edition (here Chennai) and the year, for example for the second volume:

The Art of Bijective Combinatorics, Part II, Commutations and heaps of pieces, IMSc, Chennai, 2017, http://www.viennot.org/abjc2.html

the suffix /abjcn.html refers to Part "N" of ABjC and the pointer goes to the web page "Preface" of Part "N"

- if you want to quote a precise point inside the video-book, as for example a definition, theorem or bijection, I suggest to refer to the number(s) of the corresponding slide(s). Example: the "Tamil bijection" is introduced in

The Art of Bijective Combinatorics, Part III, The cellular ansatz: bijective combinatorics and quadratic algebra, Chapter 4c, IMSc, Chennai, 2019, p 178, http://www.viennot.org/abjc3-ch4.html

the suffix abjc3-ch4.html refers to the web page of Chapter 4 of Part "III", this page containing the different slides and videos of the 3 lectures Ch4a, Ch4b, Ch4c corresponding to this Chapter 4.

- if you want to quote the whole collection of the 4 volumes then:

The Art of Bijective Combinatorics, IMSc, Chennai, 2016-2019, http://www.viennot.org/abjc.html

the suffix /abjc.html refers to the web page of the general preface of ABjC.

Xavier Viennot

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