%I
%S 41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,
%T 2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,2,41,43,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,
%U 2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2,84,2
%N Relative of Hofstadter Qsequence: a(1) = 41, a(2) = 2; thereafter a(n) = a(na(n1)) + a(na(n2)).
%C In calculating terms of this sequence, use the convention that a(n)=0 for n<=0.
%C Most terms in this sequence alternate between 2 and a large constant. Such runs of terms are eventually separated by either 224 or 562 other terms, and each run is approximately twice as long as the previous.
%H Nathan Fox, <a href="/A283895/b283895.txt">Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..50000</a>
%p A283895:=proc(n) option remember: if n <= 0 then 0: elif n = 1 then 41: elif n = 2 then 2: else A283895(nA283895(n1)) + A283895(nA283895(n2)): fi: end:
%Y Cf. A005185, A278066, A278067, A278068, A283893, A283894, A283896, A283897.
%K nonn
%O 1,1
%A _Nathan Fox_, Mar 19 2017
