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On the number of factors of Sturmian words. (English) Zbl 0728.68093
The author presents new results concerning the Sturmian words which were conjectured some years ago. The author gives and proves an exact estimation of the size of \(A_ m\) (the set of factors of length m of all the Sturmian words). He also gives a combinatorial version of the Riemann hypothesis.

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68R15 Combinatorics on words
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