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1. FindStat citations
Lipschitz polytopes of posets and permutation statistics by Raman Sanyal and Christian Stump, preprint, arXiv:1703.10586 (2017).
An involution on Dyck paths that preserves the rise composition and interchanges the number of returns and the position of the first double fall by Martin Rubey, preprint, arXiv:1701.07009 (2017).
Combinatorics of diagrams of permutations by Joel B. Lewis and Alejandro H. Morales, J. Combin. Theory Ser. A 137 arXiv:1405.1608 (2016).
Counting smaller elements in the Tamari and m-Tamari lattices by Viviane Pons and Grégory Chatel, J. Combin. Theory Ser. A 134 arXiv:1311.3922 (2015).
Combinatoire algébrique liée aux ordres sur les permutations by Viviane Pons, PhD Thesis, arXiv:1310.1805 (2013).
How to decompose a permutation into a pair of labeled Dyck paths by playing a game by Louis J. Billera, Lionel Levine, and Karola Meszaros, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 143 (2015), 1865-1873, arXiv:1306.6744 (2013).
Fingerprint databases for theorems by Sara C. Billey and Bridget E. Tenner, Notices of the AMS 60(8), pdf (2013).