Talk:Rogers–Ramanujan identities

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A Framework for the Identities: pov[edit]

In addition to probably having original research, the section "A Framework for the Identities" does not seem to be written from a neutral point of view. The discussion of authorship in that section is also far outside the mainstream of mathematical style: authors are typically presumed to have contributed equally.

Comment by Garfield Garfield[edit]

I think there was an article in Nature. I will try to find it. It is certainly not original research. Followup: The Nature Index doesn't show it. I saw it somewhere!

I removed the section as original research. As apparent from [1], the paper isn't even published yet, so there are no reliable sources for this, only a press release from Emory. When reliable sources appear, we can consider adding it back in in a neutral fashion. --Mark viking (talk) 02:35, 22 March 2015 (UTC)

Continued Fraction[edit]

Should be , see Rogers–Ramanujan continued fraction.--Claude J (talk) 17:52, 19 September 2016 (UTC)