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A de Bruijn Sequence, as defined in N.G. de Bruijn's A combinatorial problem, Proc. K. Ned. Akad. Wet., vol. 49, pp 758-764, 1946 (with attribution to Ir. K. Posthumus) is an ordered cycle of $2^n$ digits 0 or 1, such that the $2^n$ possible ordered sets of $n$ consecutive digits of that cycle are all different. The example given for $n=3$ is the ...
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