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# Works Citing OEIS

### From OeisWiki

In order to demonstrate some of the ways in which people have found the **OEIS** useful, we have assembled a list of papers and books that reference it. The list has been broken into 26 sub-sections, according to the first letter of the first author's last name.

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## Adding more references

- Additions to these pages are welcomed.
- If you see an article, book or web page that cites the
**OEIS**, please add it to the appropriate page here. - But if you add anything to these pages, please be very careful — remember that this is a scientific database. Spell authors' names, titles of papers, journal names, volume and page numbers, etc., carefully, and preserve the alphabetical ordering.
- Follow the format of the existing entries.
- If you are unclear about what to do, contact one of the Editors-in-Chief before proceeding.
- Works are arranged in alphabetical order by author's last name.
- Works with the same set of authors are arranged by date, starting with the oldest.

## Want to help?

- If you would like to help, look for references to the
**OEIS**that are not already listed in these pages. The following are good places to look:- The arXiv
- Math Sci Net (needs a subscription)
- MATH Zentralblatt
- Google and its Ngrams lab.
- Google Scholar (initialized query)
- The Journal of Integer Sequences. This journal has many papers that could be added here. It has been checked up through (roughly) article #09.6.9, Vol. 12, 2009. Any later papers that reference the
**OEIS**could be added here (and there will be a lot). If you do, please update this comment. - Journals such as the following (some require a subscription, but many university libraries subscribe). These are the journals I check first when I have a chance to visit a university library.
- American Mathematical Monthly
- Canadian Mathematical Bulletin
- Discrete Mathematics
- The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
- The European Journal of Combinatorics
- Fibonacci Quarterly
- INTEGERS
- Journal of Combinatorial Theory (Parts A and B)
- Journal of Number Theory
- Квант (Qvant)
- SIAM J. Discrete Mathematics
- etc.

- Check the Current Periodicals shelves of your local university library!

## Adding references or links from the OEIS to these articles

- Very often, an article that references the OEIS will say something like: "this is sequence A123456 in the OEIS". When you see this, please add a reference or link from A123456 to the article. This is, after all, one of the main purposes of the OEIS, to give pointers from a sequence to the scientific literature.

## Referencing the OEIS

If you have found the **OEIS** useful in your own work, and wish to reference it, the usual citation is

- OEIS Foundation Inc. (2017), The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, http://oeis.org.

To reference a particular sequence, the usual citation is

- OEIS Foundation Inc. (2017), The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, http://oeis.org/A123456.

The URL for the present page is http://oeis.org/wiki/Works_Citing_OEIS.

## About this page

- The list was maintained by N. J. A. Sloane until Dec 25 2010, when he partitioned it into 26 parts, converted them to MediaWiki format and moved them to the
**OEIS Wiki**. At this time it contained 1700 references.

- Since then, the length of this list has grown as follows: