[seqfan] Re: Works citing OEIS

Simon Plouffe simon.plouffe at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 04:30:37 CET 2011


  on the ArXiv site there is a special search you can do, the advanced


it does not always work (server outage ?), but when it works it does
it very well, I counted 1986 articles there :

  best regards,
  Simon Plouffe

Le 2011-11-08 03:42, Thomas Copeland a écrit :
> I wouldn't try to cite all the entries mentioning the OEIS at these sites,
> just a general reference to each website. The sites themselves have search
> buttons for finding the many references to OEIS, several of which are quite
> informative.
> On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 11:10 AM, N. J. A. Sloane<njas at research.att.com>wrote:
>>> Should MathOverflow (http://mathoverflow.net/) and Math.SE (
>> http://math.stackexchange.com/) be included in Works Citing the OEIS?
>> Me: I'm not sure!
>> My policy up to now has been to restrict the citations
>> to books, articles, magazine stories, newspaper stories,
>> things that are fairly permanent.
>> But I've been excluding mentions on people's blogs, as being
>> too ephemeral. I've also excluded mentions in Eric Weisstein's
>> World of Math, and in the Wkipedia, becuase there are so many of them.
>> About MathOverflow, that is also quite ephemeral. So my initial
>> reaction is to exclude such mentions.
>> Neil
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