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  1. Agoh, Takashi: On generalized Euler numbers and polynomials related to values of the Lerch zeta function (2020)
  2. Anđelić, Milica; Du, Zhibin; da Fonseca, Carlos M.; Kılıç, Emrah: A matrix approach to some second-order difference equations with sign-alternating coefficients (2020)
  3. Andrews, George E.; Merca, Mircea: On the number of even parts in all partitions of (n) into distinct parts (2020)
  4. Andrews, George E.; Newman, David: The minimal excludant in integer partitions (2020)
  5. Archer, Kassie; Bishop, Abigail C.; Diaz-Lopez, Alexander; García Puente, Luis D.; Glass, Darren; Louwsma, Joel: Arithmetical structures on bidents (2020)
  6. Archibald, M.; Blecher, A.; Knopfmacher, A.; Mays, M. E.: Inversions and parity in compositions of integers (2020)
  7. Artacho, Francisco J. Aragón; Campoy, Rubén; Elser, Veit: An enhanced formulation for solving graph coloring problems with the Douglas-Rachford algorithm (2020)
  8. Asinowski, Andrei; Bacher, Axel; Banderier, Cyril; Gittenberger, Bernhard: Analytic combinatorics of lattice paths with forbidden patterns, the vectorial kernel method, and generating functions for pushdown automata (2020)
  9. Au, Yu Hin (Gary); Bagherzadeh, Fatemeh; Bremner, Murray R.: Enumeration and asymptotic formulas for rectangular partitions of the hypercube (2020)
  10. Bača, M.; López, S. C.; Muntaner-Batle, F. A.; Semaničová-Feňovčíková, A.: New constructions for the (n)-queens problem (2020)
  11. Bagno, Eli; Eisenberg, Estrella; Reches, Shulamit; Sigron, Moriah: On the poset of non-attacking King permutations (2020)
  12. Balko, Martin; Pór, Attila; Scheucher, Manfred; Swanepoel, Konrad; Valtr, Pavel: Almost-equidistant sets (2020)
  13. Ballantine, Cristina; Merca, Mircea: Bisected theta series, least (r)-gaps in partitions, and polygonal numbers (2020)
  14. Ball, Tyler; Beckford, Joanne; Dalenberg, Paul; Edgar, Tom; Rajabi, Tina: Some combinatorics of factorial base representations (2020)
  15. Baril, Jean-Luc; Bevan, David; Kirgizov, Sergey: Bijections between directed animals, multisets and Grand-Dyck paths (2020)
  16. Belbachir, Hacène; Igueroufa, Oussama: Congruence properties for (\mathrmbi^s)nomial coefficients and like extended Ram and Kummer theorems under suitable hypothesis (2020)
  17. Bényi, Beáta; Yaqubi, Daniel: Mixed coloured permutations (2020)
  18. Bigeni, Ange; Feigin, Evgeny: Symmetric Dellac configurations (2020)
  19. Billey, Sara C.; Konvalinka, Matjaž; Swanson, Joshua P.: Asymptotic normality of the major index on standard tableaux (2020)
  20. Bingham, Aram; Uğurlu, Özlem: Sects and lattice paths over the Lagrangian Grassmannian (2020)

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