Tables of Permutation of Natural Numbers

Joshua Zucker Joshua_Zucker at
Fri Apr 18 23:02:49 CEST 2003

ralf at writes:
>which, coincidentally, is one possible partial sum sequence of A073941,
>which itself seems to have a connection to the Josephus problem, please
>also the sent-in updates to the entry (and I must apologize for my
>recent comments having year 2002, won't happen again):
>%Y A073941 Is this the same as A005428? - Benoit Cloitre, Nov 24, 2002
>%C A073941 Same as log2(A082125(n)), for n>2?. - Ralf Stephan
>(ralf at, Apr 16 2003
>%C A073941 Partial sums for various start indices seem to be in A006999,
>A061419, A061418.

This (the Josephus sequence, times 3: 3, 3, 3, 6, 9, etc.) also seems to
be the number of "base 3/2" numbers with n digits.  Check out James
Propp's comments at

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