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OEIS 100K E-Party (Page 2)

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Welcome to the e-party to celebrate the arrival of the 100,000-th sequence, A100000 !

This is also the 40-th anniversary of the birth of the database

(when I was a graduate student at Cornell in the 1960's).


Since thousands of people from all over the world

use the OEIS every day, a real party would be impossible.

So instead let's have an e-party!


Everyone who uses the OEIS is invited to join!

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Neil Sloane, host
Highland Park, NJ, USA
Aug 12, 2004
Welcome to the party!

This is the second page. Click here to go to the third page! Or use the navigation bar at the bottom of the page.

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Thomas Wieder
Kassel, Germany
Aug 22, 2004
Ein Hoch auf die OEIS!

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Patrick De Geest
Wezembeek-Oppem, Belgium, Aug 23, 2004
To the OEIS,
the most glorious database ever!

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Mark Hudson
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Jul 30, 2004
The OEIS has given me much pleasure
since I discovered it during my PhD,
and I enjoy trying to find sequences
to extend before someone else does!

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David Callan with significant other
Madison, WI, USA, Jul 30, 2004<
To OEIS — what a great cooperative effort!

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Vinay Vaishampayan
Summit, NJ, USA
Aug 23, 2004
A long and happy life to the OEIS!

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Jim Propp
Madison, WI, USA, Sep 13, 2004
The EIS and OEIS have given me countless hours
of fun and productive mathematical hitchhiking.
Here's to the most massively useful book
(and database) in the galaxy!
(P.S. The stuff in the glass is coffee.)

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John Layman (Virginia Tech)
Blacksburg, VA, USA, Aug 26, 2004
Best Wishes to the OEIS and
to all those who search tirelessly
for those really nice ones!

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James Sellers (Penn State)
University Park, PA, USA, Aug 27, 2004
Neil, thanks for your amazing
work over the years
in compiling the OEIS!

Benoit Cloitre
Tours, France, Aug 28, 2004
Cheers to you and Susanna
and many thanks for maintaining the
powerful and wonderful OEIS, which will
certainly survive the passage of time!

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Rosena Ruo Xia Du, Laura Li Min Yang, Eva Yu Ping Deng
PhD students at Center for Combinatorics,
Nankai University, Tianjin, China, Feb 26, 2004
Thanks to the OEIS:
it has been a great help
and a powerful resource!

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Emeric Deutsch
Fort Lee, NJ, Aug 28, 2004
Thanks to both of you!
These are Catalan numbers, not my date of birth.

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Pierre CAMI
Bergerac, France, Aug 29, 2004
Great time to be there,
congratulations for everything!

Farideh Firoozbakht
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Isfahan, Iran, Aug 29, 2004
Congratulations on creating
"The Best Source of Research" in mathematics!

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Herb Wilf
Long Beach Island, NJ, USA, Aug 30, 2004
Thank you, Neil, for creating,
and beautifully maintaining,
one of the most useful
research tools in the arsenal!

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Paul Barry
Waterford, Ireland,
Aug 31, 2004
Céad Míle Fáilte:
one hundred thousand welcomes
to the 100K-th sequence!

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Paul D Hanna
Greenville, SC, USA, Sep 01, 2004
From the vision of one, emerged
a collaboration of many minds!
Wishing you and the OEIS
continued success!

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Rainer Rosenthal (r.rosenthal(AT)
Ueberlingen (Lake Constance), Germany
Aug 30, 2004
1 2 3 .. 100000 = One Der Ful .. Neil!

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Keith Briggs with his student Min Chen
In front of Newton's rooms
Trinity College, Cambridge
June 2004
To the OEIS!

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Marco Matosic
in Pontrhydygroes, Ceredigion, Wales
Sep 01, 2004
Well done Neil and all at OEIS;
you are a uniquely prime resource!

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Boris Gourévitch
Rennes, France, Sep 03, 2004
Congratulations and happy birthday to the OEIS!
May the OEIS continue to fascinate the
next generation of amateurs and mathematicians!

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Jim Buddenhagen
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Sep 05, 2004
May everyone have a fabulous journey
from OEIS 100K to OEIS 20 !

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Rick Shepherd and his (Shetland) Sheepdog
Chapel Hill, NC, USA
Sep 05, 2004
(The sheepdog is the one who dislikes
partitions with more than one part.)

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