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JCT
1998
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Partitions into Distinct Parts and Elliptic Curves
Let Q(N) denote the number of partitions of N into distinct parts. If ω(k) := 3k2 +k 2 , then it is well known that Q(N) + ∞X k=1 (−1)k “ Q(N − 2ω(k)) + Q(N − 2ω(−k)...
Ken Ono
COMBINATORICS
2004
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Bijections and Congruences for Generalizations of Partition Identities of Euler and Guy
In 1958, Richard Guy proved that the number of partitions of n into odd parts greater than one equals the number of partitions of n into distinct parts with no powers of 2 allowed...
James A. Sellers, Andrew V. Sills, Gary L. Mullen
CORR
2010
Springer
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Parameterizing by the Number of Numbers
The usefulness of parameterized algorithmics has often depended on what Niedermeier has called, "the art of problem parameterization." In this paper we introduce and expl...
Michael R. Fellows, Serge Gaspers, Frances A. Rosa...
JCT
2006
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Reciprocity for multirestricted Stirling numbers
Multirestricted Stirling numbers of the second kind count the number of partitions of a given set into a given number of parts, each part being restricted to at most a fixed number...
Ji Young Choi, Ling Long, Siu-Hung Ng, Jonathan Sm...
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