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This question is for the Imperialist. About a month ago I posted a sequence that I had discovered over 10 years ago. When I had asked others to share in what they thought was the next term in the sequence {0,0,1,1,3,5,17,28,105,161,670,1001...}, Michael of Duke University had actually discovered the origin of the sequence. Michael, please tell me how you managed to find the sequence's meaning so quickly-was it through the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences ? Please respond to my email at danielgittelson@live.com. Thank You, DLG

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