[seqfan] Re: multiplicative set-like sequences
davidwwilson at comcast.net
Sat Feb 26 18:19:16 CET 2011
I don't think it wise to add a keyword for every conceivable property a
sequence might have.
How about "property pages" (P-pages, numbered just like sequences)? The
property page for multiplicative sequences might (initially) look like:
A multiplicative sequence is a sequence defined on the positive integers
which obeys the relation
a(mn) = a(m)a(n), if gcd(m, n) = 1.
a(1) = 1.
a(PROD(p_i^e_i)) = PROD(a(p_i^e_i)).
A multiplicative sequence is determined by its values p^e where p is
prime and e >= 1. If n has the prime factorization
n = PROD(p^e), then a(n) = PROD(a(p^e)).
If a sequence is multiplicative, create a comment link to this page:
%C A123456 <a href="property/multiplicative.htm">Multiplicative</a>
If you also know its values at prime powers, create a formula line:
%F A123456 <a href="property/multiplicative.htm">Multiplicative</a>
with a(p^e) = e+1.
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