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 A100035 a(n+1) occurs not earlier as a neighbor of terms = a(n): either it is the greatest number < a(n) or, if no such number exists, the smallest number > a(n); a(1) = 1. 11
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS The natural numbers (A000027) occur infinitely many times as disjoint subsequences, see the example below and A100036, A100037, A100038 and A100039: exactly one k exists for all x < y such that a(k) = x and (a(k-1) = y or a(k+1) = y). a(2*k^2 + k + 1) = a(A084849(k)) = 1 for k >= 0; a(2*k^2 - 3*k) = a(A014107(k)) = 2 for k > 1; a(2*k^2 + 5*k) = a(A033537(k)) = 3 for k > 1; a(2*k^2 + k - 5) = a(A100040(k)) = 4 for k > 2; a(2*k^2 + k - 7) = a(A100041(k)) = 5 for k > 3. LINKS Pontus von BrÃ¶mssen, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000 EXAMPLE First terms (10 = A, 11 = B, 12 = C) and some subsequences = A000027: 1231435425165764736271879869584938291A9BA8B7A6B5A4B3A2B1CBD 123.4.5....6.7........8.9............A.B................C.D. ...1....2........3............4................5.......... ..........1........2............3................4...... .....................1............2................3.... CROSSREFS Cf. A000027, A014107, A033537, A100036, A100037, A100038, A100039, A100040, A100041. Sequence in context: A317024 A140757 A258254 * A201927 A238442 A090244 Adjacent sequences:  A100032 A100033 A100034 * A100036 A100037 A100038 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Reinhard Zumkeller, Oct 31 2004 STATUS approved

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