[seqfan] Re: Identifying sequence in Quanta Magazine graph theory article
William Orrick
will.orrick at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 20:08:55 CET 2023
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Dear Brendan,
Thanks for taking a look at this and for producing all those numbers so
quickly. I've written to the authors, as you suggested, to try to get some
confirmation of the assumptions and numbers.
Meanwhile, Andrew Howroyd asked me to pass along the following:
"I have started sequence A360862 which contains some of the base graph
data. It is only enough to give 4 terms 3, 15, 111, 1076. Could you post to
seqfan on my behalf so others know of the existence of this sequence? I
also want to do similar tables for the loopless case and may be also the
2-connected case."
-Will
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