Talk:Integer sequence

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Merge with sequence?

I think this material should be merged with sequence; integer sequences should be reserved for sequences whose terms are integers. --AxelBoldt

Integer sequences ARE sequences whose terms are integers. (see the first line) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Bubba73 (talkcontribs) 19:26, 10 May 2005‎

Is it really necessary to include a long list of named sequences here, when we have a perfectly good category page with essentially the same information? (And btw, what is the approved method for creating internal links to category pages?) —David Eppstein 18:53, 10 September 2006 (UTC)

Links to the Definition of a Statement?

To me (a non-mathematician), the definitions of definable sequences leaves the term "statement" underdefined, so I would like to understand what a statement is, i..e. is it a finite algorithm definition, must it terminate after a finite number of steps, etc. 198.60.22.24 12:04, 29 July 2007 (UTC)

Assessment comment

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 Does not explain the importance of integer sequence, has an poorly placed list of integer sequences (maybe a template for integer sequences would be better), does not explain major questions or results. shotwell 15:59, 7 October 2006 (UTC)

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