Active Bibliography

1 Eight Hateful Sequences – N. J. A. Sloane - 2008
ROBIN’S THEOREM, PRIMES, AND A NEW ELEMENTARY REFORMULATION OF THE RIEMANN HYPOTHESIS – Geoffrey Caveney, Jean-louis Nicolas, Jonathan Sondow
ON THE REPRESENTATION OF MEANDERS – Reinhard O. W. Franz
Meanders and Stamp Foldings: Fast Generation Algorithms – J. Sawada, R. Li - 2008
PART A: FOLDING OF REGULAR LATTICES – P. Di Francesco, E. Guitter - 2005
3 A Fast Algorithm To Generate Open Meandric Systems and Meanders – Bruce Bobier, Joe Sawada
A proof for the Riemann hypothesis – Yuan-you Fu-rui Cheng - 2008
Proof of the “Stronger” Density Hypothesis – Yuan-you Fu-rui Cheng - 2009
5 On Robin’s criterion for the Riemann Hypothesis – Y.-j. Choie, N. Lichiardopol, P. Moree, P. Solé - 2006
4 Abundant Numbers and the Riemann Hypothesis – Keith Briggs
EULER’S CONSTANT: EULER’S WORK AND MODERN DEVELOPMENTS – Jeffrey C. Lagarias - 2013
1 Superabundant Numbers and the Riemann Hypothesis – Amir Akbary, Zachary Friggstad
On Summatory totient functions – Leonid G. Fel - 2008
Automatic Invention of Integer Sequences – Simon Colton Alan, Alan Bundy, Toby Walsh - 2000
28 Automatic Invention of Integer Sequences – Simon Colton , Alan Bundy, Toby Walsh - 2000
6 RESTRICTIONS OF m-WYTHOFF NIM AND p-COMPLEMENTARY BEATTY SEQUENCES – Urban Larsson - 2009
3 Some Easily Derivable Integer Sequences – Valery A. Liskovets - 2000
4 Numerical Analogues of Aronson's Sequence – Benoit Cloitre , N. J. A. Sloane, Matthew J. Vandermast - 2003
12 A new operation on sequences: the boustrophedon transform – J. Millar, N. J. A. Sloane, N. E. Young - 1996