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Unformatted text preview: de Bruijn and Tanja van Ardenne-Ehrenfest. Perhaps the most elegant way of generating de Bruijn sequences used finite fields. See [114], for example. We take a simpler approach, first showing a de Bruijn sequence B (k, N ) is an Eulerian cycle in an order N − 1 de Bruijn graph, both defined in a moment. This is a preview of the edge transition graphs central to the IFS with memory constructions of Ch 4. Next, we present the prefer 1 algorithm for constructing de Bruijn squences. For simplicity, we consider only binary sequences. For example, to construct an order N = 3 de Bruijn sequence, we begin with the order N = 2 de Bruijn graph. The vertices are the length 2 binary sequences; an edge goes from vertex ab to vertex cd if and only if a = d; the edge is labeled c. We interpret this graph as showing the effect of applying transformations on length 2 addresses. For example, applying T1 to a point in the region with address 00 gives a point in the region with address 10. This graph is shown on the left side of Fig. 2.32. Thin...
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