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"... we have been inspired by the now classical work of Zeilberger on holonomic sequences [19], the PhD thesis and articles of Colton [2], [3], [4] on automated conjecture-making in number theory, and of course the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS) [16]. ..." [Andreas Holmstrom, 2016]

"We argue that a database built out of zeta types and Tannakian symbols could lead to interesting discoveries, similar to what has been achieved for example by the OEIS, the LMFDB, and other existing databases of mathematical objects." [Andreas Holmstrom and Torstein Vik, 2017]

"The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS) is a browsable and searchable online resource launched in 1996 that grew out of N.J.A. Sloane's 1973 book A Handbook of Integer Sequences. Starting in 1994, there are 2,752 references to it in zbMATH. Of these, more than 70% cite OEIS as a whole, while the remaining refer to one or, in about 5% of the cases, several actual entries of the database (with a single reference citing as many as 14 sequences in one case). However, in contrast to the previous example, the references to the online service have quickly [replaced] those to the printed handbook. The easy usability of the OEIS and its powerful search features (which benefit from the rather simple data shape of integer sequences) appear to be a crucial factor here, making it a model for highly findable, accessible, and reusable mathematical data. ..." [Klaus Hulek et al., 2019]

"...the useful database OEIS played a key role in linking the various structures in different areas some, of which will be briefly described ..." [Hwang and Jin, 2019]

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