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  1. Balchin, Scott; Rust, Dan: Computations for symbolic substitutions (2017)
  2. Ballantine, Cristina; Merca, Mircea: New convolutions for the number of divisors (2017)
  3. Ballot, Christian: On functions expressible as words on a pair of Beatty sequences (2017)
  4. Bates, Larry; Gibson, Peter: A geometry where everything is better than nice (2017)
  5. Billey, Sara C.; Konvalinka, Matjaž; Matsen, Frederick A. IV: On the enumeration of tanglegrams and tangled chains (2017)
  6. Boyland, Peter; Pintér, Gabriella; Laukó, István; Roth, Ivan; Schoenfield, Jon E.; Wasielewski, Stephen: On the maximum number of non-intersecting diagonals in an array (2017)
  7. Cárcamo, Javier: Maps preserving moment sequences (2017)
  8. Chen, Chao-Ping: Sharp inequalities and asymptotic series related to Somos’ quadratic recurrence constant (2017)
  9. Cheng, Ting-Yuan; Eu, Sen-Peng; Fu, Tung-Shan; Lee, Yi-Lin: Skew standard domino tableaux and partial Motzkin paths (2017)
  10. Chen, Ricky X.F.; Reidys, Christian M.: A combinatorial identity concerning plane colored trees and its applications (2017)
  11. Cosgrave, John B.; Dilcher, Karl: A role for generalized Fermat numbers (2017)
  12. De Baerdemacker, Stijn; De Vos, Alexis; Chen, Lin; Yu, Li: The Birkhoff theorem for unitary matrices of arbitrary dimensions (2017)
  13. Dershowitz, Nachum: Touchard’s Drunkard (2017)
  14. Eu, Sen-Peng; Fu, Tung-Shan; Liang, Yu-Chang; Wong, Tsai-Lien: On $xD$-generalizations of Stirling numbers and Lah numbers via graphs and rooks (2017)
  15. Foata, Dominique; Han, Guo-Niu; Strehl, Volker: The Entringer-Poupard matrix sequence (2017)
  16. Goy, Taras; Zatorsky, Roman: Infinite linear recurrence relations and superposition of linear recurrence equations (2017)
  17. Gözükırmızı, Coşar; Kırkın, Melike Ebru; Demiralp, Metin: Probabilistic evolution theory for the solution of explicit autonomous ordinary differential equations: squarified telescope matrices (2017)
  18. Gray, W.Steven; Ebrahimi-Fard, Kurusch: SISO output affine feedback transformation group and its Faà di Bruno Hopf algebra (2017)
  19. Guo, Victor J.W.; Yang, Yiting: Proof of a conjecture of Kl\oveon permutation codes under the Chebychev distance (2017)
  20. Hamaker, Zachary; Marberg, Eric; Pawlowski, Brendan: Involution words. II: Braid relations and atomic structures (2017)

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