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### What is the probability of a given induced ordering of a random permutation?

I ran into the following problem in a calculation involving permutations.
Let $[n] = \{1,...,n\}$, and assume that $[n]$ is partitioned into equivalency classes. That is, $[n]$ is the disjoint union ...

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### Partial sums of partitions

Suppose I have two random partitions of $N.$ ("random" really means "the cycle type of a random permutation", but if there is an answer with any definition, I am interested). The question is: what is ...

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### Number of Permutations with k-inversions and with a single clamped value

This question is cross-posted from math.stackexchange because it might be too technical.
Let $S_n$ be the symmetric group. Recall that the number of inversions of a permutation $\sigma\in S_n$ is the ...

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### Factorization of permutations.

Let $n,k$ be positive integers such that $3n=2k$ and $N = \lfloor \alpha n\rfloor$ for some constant $0<\alpha<1$. Let $S_{3n}$ denote the permutation group of order $3n$. Consider the following ...

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### Random Permutation with fixed cycle length.

Suppose $ S_{n,N} $ be the set of $n$ elements with $N$ many cycles where $N$ is proportional to $n$. $U_{n,N}$ is an element picked randomly from this. It is known that the length of any cycle cannot ...

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### What is the expected number of increasing subsequence? [closed]

Given n numbers (each of which is a random integer, uniformly between 1~n), what is the expected number of increasing subsequences?

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### Combinatorial Morse functions and random permutations

This question has its origin in combinatorial topology. In the 90s R. Forman proposed a discrete counterpart of Morse theory. In his case, a Morse function on a triangulated space is a function ...