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Sequences (Mathematics)
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- (Almost) Impossible Integrals, Sums, and Series
- A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis
- A handbook of integer sequences
- Advanced Calculus : A Differential Forms Approach
- Advances in Computer Algebra : In Honour of Sergei Abramov's' 70th Birthday, WWCA 2016, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
- Advances in Summability and Approximation Theory
- Algebra and its Applications : ICAA, Aligarh, India, December 2014
- Algebraic shift register sequences
- Algorithms for constructing stapling and composite coverings and their complexity
- Almost sure convergence
- Amazing and Aesthetic Aspects of Analysis
- An Introduction to Queueing Theory : Modeling and Analysis in Applications
- An Introduction to Ultrametric Summability Theory
- An Introduction to Ultrametric Summability Theory
- Applied Summability Methods
- Associated sequences, demimartingales and nonparametric inference
- Asymptotic prime divisors
- Automatic sequences
- Basic analysis of regularized series and products
- Calculus with Vectors
- Classical Summability Theory
- Composite Asymptotic Expansions
- Convergence Methods for Double Sequences and Applications
- Convergence and Summability of Fourier Transforms and Hardy Spaces
- Convolution and equidistribution : Sato-Tate theorems for finite-field Mellin transforms
- Convolution and equidistribution : Sato-Tate theorems for finite-field Mellin transforms
- Counting with Symmetric Functions
- Current Topics in Summability Theory and Applications
- Divergent Series, Summability and Resurgence I : Monodromy and Resurgence
- Divergent Series, Summability and Resurgence II : Simple and Multiple Summability
- Divergent Series, Summability and Resurgence III : Resurgent Methods and the First Painlevé Equation
- Doubly-periodic sequences and a class of two-dimensional cyclic codes
- Encyclopedia of integer sequences
- Essential Real Analysis
- Exact sequences in the algebraic theory of surgery
- Explicit formulas for regularized products and series
- Fourier Analysis : Pseudo-differential Operators, Time-Frequency Analysis and Partial Differential Equations
- From Arithmetic to Zeta-Functions : Number Theory in Memory of Wolfgang Schwarz
- Inside Interesting Integrals : A Collection of Sneaky Tricks, Sly Substitutions, and Numerous Other Stupendously Clever, Awesomely Wicked, and Devilishly Seductive Maneuvers for Computing Nearly 200 Perplexing Definite Integrals From Physics, Engineering, and Mathematics (Plus 60 Challenge Problems with Complete, Detailed Solutions)
- Introduction to Calculus and Classical Analysis
- Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
- Introduction to Stokes Structures
- Limits, Series, and Fractional Part Integrals : Problems in Mathematical Analysis
- Mathematical Analysis and its Applications : Roorkee, India, December 2014
- Methods of Solving Sequence and Series Problems
- Patterns
- Periodic Character and Patterns of Recursive Sequences
- Problems in the Theory of Modular Forms
- Ramanujan Summation of Divergent Series
- Real Analysis and Applications
- Real Analysis via Sequences and Series
- Real Mathematical Analysis
- Regular Functions of a Quaternionic Variable
- Regular sequences and resultants
- Representations of integers as sums of squares
- Runs and scans with applications
- Sequence Spaces and Measures of Noncompactness with Applications to Differential and Integral Equations
- Sequence comparison : theory and methods
- Sequence transformations and their applications
- Sequences
- Sequences and series in Banach spaces
- Sequences,
- Series of Bessel and Kummer-Type Functions
- Single digits : in praise of small numbers
- Squares
- Stochastic convergence
- Stochastic convergence
- Structural Additive Theory
- Substitutions in Dynamics, Arithmetics and Combinatorics
- Sucesiones y series
- Summability Calculus : A Comprehensive Theory of Fractional Finite Sums
- The Liber mahameleth : A 12th-century mathematical treatise
- The Tower of Hanoi – Myths and Maths
- The Tower of Hanoi – Myths and Maths
- The algebra of secondary cohomology operations
- The dynamical system generated by the 3n + 1 function
- The linear ordering problem : exact and heuristic methods in combinatorial optimization
- The mathematics of juggling
- The ultimate challenge : the 3x+1 problem
- Topics in Algebra and Analysis : Preparing for the Mathematical Olympiad
- Uniform distribution of sequences
- Uniform distribution of sequences of integers in residue classes
- Uniform limit theorems for sums of independent random variables

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