- Counting Lattice Paths Taking Steps in In nitely Many Directions under Special
- The Distribution of the Size of the Intersection of a k-Tuple of Intervals
- Recursive Initial Value Problems for Sheer Heinrich Niederhausen
- Planar Walks with Recursive Initial Conditions Heinrich Niederhausen
- Generalized Sheer Sequences Satisfying Piecewise Functional Conditions
- A Formula for Explicit Solutions of Certain Linear Recursions on Polynomial Sequences
- Rota's Umbral Calculus and Recursions Heinrich Niederhausen
- Recursive Initial Value Problems for Sheffer Sequences Heinrich Niederhausen
- Random Walks in Octants, and Related Structures
- Counting Depth Zero Patterns in Ballot Paths
- Sequences Arising From Prudent Self-Avoiding Walks Shanzhen Gao, Heinrich Niederhausen
- Proof of a Lattice Paths Conjecture Connected to the Tennis Ball Problem
- Elements of Sn of Order Dividing a Given Number Joshua Fallon, Shanzhen Gao, Shaun Sullivan, Heinrich Niederhausen
- Euler Coe cients and Restricted Dyck Paths Heinrich Niederhausen and Shaun Sullivan,
- Counting Lattice Paths with Privileged Access using Sheer Sequences
- Lattice Path s w ith Weigh ted Left Tu rn s A b ov e a Parallel to th e D iagon al Christian Krattenthalerand Heinrich Niederhausen
- Symmetric Sheer sequences, and their applications to lattice path counting
- Lagrange Inversion via Transforms Heinrich Niederhausen
- L a t t i c e P a t h s w i t h W e i g h t e d L e f t Tu r n s A b o v e a P a r a l l e l to th e D i a g o n a l Christ ian Krattentha lerand He in rich N iederhau sen
- A Finite Operator Approach to the Tennis Ball Problem Joshua Fallon, Shanzhen Gao, Heinrich Niederhausen
- Planar Walks with Recursive Initial Conditions Heinrich Niederhausen
- Generalized Sheffer Sequences Satisfying Piecewise Functional Conditions
- Lattice Path Enumeration and Umbral Calculus Heinrich Niederhausen
- Rota's Umbral Calculus and Recursions Heinrich Niederhausen
- Planar Random Walks Inside a Rectangle Heinrich Niederhausen
- Ballot Paths Avoiding Depth Zero Heinrich Niederhausen and Shaun Sullivan
- Counting Lattice Paths that have In nite Step Sets that can not be Reinterpreted as
- Counting intersecting weighted pairs of lattice paths using transforms of operators
- Random Walks in Octants, and Related Structures
- Counting Lattice Paths Taking Steps in Infinitely Many Directions under Special
- A Note on the Enumeration of Diffusion Walks in the First Octant by Their Number of Contacts with the Diagonal