ACRONYMS : A Common Representation Of Names You Must Shorten
Eric Angelini
keynews.tv at skynet.be
Thu Mar 22 16:28:00 CET 2007
Hello SeqFan and Math-Fun,
I guess this definition is better (for both seq.), sorry:
First digit of a(n) is the a(n)th digit of S.
Neil will add both seq. to the OEIS -- but more terms are still needed.
Best,
E.
>Hello SeqFans & Math-Fun,
>If those two seq. are of interest, could someone help in providing more
terms?
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First digit of a(n) is given by the succession of digits in S
[a(n+1) is the smallest available integer not yet present in S]:
S=
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12,13,21,14,31,22,15,16,41,32,17,23,24,17,51,18,61...
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First digit of a(n) is given by the succession of digits in S
[S is monotonicaly increasing]:
S=
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12,13,21,111,311,2111,11111,11112,11113,11114,31111,.
..
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Best,
É.
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