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N. J. A. Sloane
njas at research.att.com
Fri Mar 14 18:28:38 CET 2008
I Googled the list and got that paper on
data-compression too. But that isn't where I
originally saw the sequence, however.
It may have been in a paper from a couple years
ago.
Thanks,
Leroy Quet
--- Maximilian Hasler
<Maximilian.Hasler at martinique.univ-ag.fr> wrote:
> > array jogged my memory. I swear I have seen
> this
> > table on-line recently, but I can't remember
> > where. (It is not as of yet in the EIS.)
>
> but google does not find the first 5 terms of
> the 1st row, "3 9 31 97 306",
> and for those the second column, the only hit
> is OEIS A058284 and a
> paper on data compression,
> which indeed lists the c.f. of pi, pi^2, pi^3,
> pi^4 and pi^5 ;
> however, the topic of the paper (data
> compression) seems not really related.
>...
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