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Sums and differences\\55
Pascal's triangle\\155
Pascal's triangle extended upward\\164
Sums of products of binomial coefficients\\169
The top ten binomial coefficient identities\\174
General convolution identities\\202
Stirling's triangle for subsets\\258
Stirling's triangle for cycles\\259
Basic Stirling number identities\\264
Additional Stirling number identities\\265
Stirling's triangles in tandem\\267
Euler's triangle\\268
Second-order Eulerian triangle\\270
Stirling convolution formulas\\272
Generating function manipulations\\334
Simple sequences and their generating functions\\335
Generating functions for special numbers\\351
Asymptotic approximations\\452
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\noindent THIS BOOK was composed at Stanford University using the
\TeX\ system for technical text developed by D.\thinspace E. Knuth.
The mathematics is set in a new typeface called AMS~Euler (Version~2.1),
designed by Hermann Zapf for the American Mathematical Society.
The text is set in a new typeface called Concrete Roman and Italic,
a special version of Knuth's Computer Modern family with weights designed to
blend with AMS~Euler. The paper is 50-lb.-basis Clearfield Opaque, which
has a neutral pH and a life expectancy of several hundred years.
The offset printing and notch binding were done by Halliday Lithograph
Corporation in Hanover, Massachusetts.
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