``Self-Avoiding Walks, the language of science, and Fibonacci numbers''.

(Appeared in J. Stat. Inference and Planning, 54(1996), 135-138.)

To understand something properly, one should work out a simple example. That's what I do here to illustrate the philosophy, if not the technical details, of the Schutzenberger methodology. I believe that the general comments (that some of my friends dismissed as fluff) are significant.

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