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From Corollary 1 we see that <-i)*-4(°)) is equal to the (1, d)th element of Mk \ Some minor simplification helps us to complete the proof. Taking into account both restrictions, let gk(A(n)\B(n)) be the number of paths with upper restriction ^(n) and lower restriction 4. Higher Dimensional Paths 51 B(n). We know that x(r) < a(r). However the nondecreasing condition on 6(r) leads us to x(r) > b(ru . . , rt_ l5 rt + 1, ri+ u . . , rk) if the path has moved from the ( r l 5 . . , rf_ l5 r^ + 1, r £ + 1 5 .
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Nu such that the initial point of the path segment on each of the planes is joined by the terminal point of the path segment in the preceding plane by a step along the X r a x i s . Thus any path can be uniquely represented by the matrix ( x(0,0) . . x(0, 7 l ) \ * ( W i ) . . x(l,j 2 ) o * W - , 0 \ x(nl9jni) ... x(nun2)/ with x(nun2) = n0, 0 = j 0