[seqfan] Re: Shared digits in squares
njasloane at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 16:49:32 CEST 2018
Georg, I can help with that project.
I can do a global edit to replace all the links.
I looked at the page you created on the wiki, and it looks fine, although I
propose a few changes to the wording.
I also looked at your replacement page.
and again I would like to propose a few changes.
Maybe we should continue this off-line (not involving the SeqFan list).
I'll send you a private message.
Neil J. A. Sloane, President, OEIS Foundation.
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On Mon, Oct 15, 2018 at 10:01 AM Georg.Fischer <georg.fischer at t-online.de>
> Dear Seqfans,
> in 2009, Jonathan Wellons defined 336 OEIS sequences in the range
> A136808 - A137146. They are based on the decimal digits, but more
> interesting as it might seem at first sight. Some are perhaps finite,
> some seem to be hard. For some patterns a proof is outstanding.
> I think that some could have a connection to cellular automata.
> The sequences link to Jonathan's homepage, but jonathanwellons.com
> is no longer accessible. I wrote an email to the address cited on his
> archived pages, but without reply (so far).
> If have restored the page, and I have some ideas for the proofs,
> so if anybody of you finds the time, he could look at
> for the details.
> I think that the links should be repaired in one batch run,
> but before, I would need some advice and help from the editors:
> What information should be included in the overview page to
> be linked?
> Best regards - Georg
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