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7, and the latter is more interesting. Let V. be a uniform random V the ba(n)'th generation vertex of CBP(n). Let before V, and let be the total number of descendants of Then from Theorem 5 (for re-rooted CBP(n)) Z(b). In [2] section 7 the global construction was used to prove Lemma 10 (Z(b), b > 0) is the positive stable (1/2) process, that is Eexp(-9Z(b)) = exp(-b 29) Z(b) -A b 2Z(1). It is convenient to record an easy calculation here: jb(b - s)Z(ds) d (4/9)b3Z(1). (44) One can alternatively obtain Lemma 10 from the BES(3) representation.

28) Aldous: The continuum random tree II 47 have some relevance to interesting questions about CBP(n). Here is one example: others are in the next section. Odlyzko and Wilf [38] were interested in the maximal height profile Hn = maxH(j) 7 for CBP(n). *. In view of (28), Conjecture 4 would imply n- 1/2H. d and suggest the result for means n-1/2EHn -, a x/2. Finally, one could consider the sum >J i j H(j) of heights of all n vertices of CBP(n). Corollary 3 implies Corollary 9 n-3/2 > jH (j) - 2Q-1I i where I = f1 J0 W,ds.

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