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Friday, April 30, 2010

The Open University online library

I was reading the note on Stirling numbers of the first kind at Matworld which has among its references Adamchik, V. "On Stirling Numbers and Euler Sums." J. Comput. Appl. Math. 79, 119-130, 1997. - I tried to search this article in the Open University  online library... And yes, got it! Access to the ( Open University ) online library is one of the great assets of being a registered student ( at the Open University ). Internet access is cool but the real gems lie at paid access sites. The mathematics in the journals is definitely source while lecture notes from some teacher are often merely squirrel. - Anyway my point is that I have discovered a vast new area of internet to surf and discover.

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