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January 18, 2012

It’s the final countdown (ta da daa daaa)

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1326931188 ) Play

What are these? Or rather, more importantly, how did we get these?

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Here’s a clue:

(This question will be modded on the 24th)
Cracked by: Bharath , rickde , Rogi , jowens , Manish Achuth , Raghuvansh , shrik , Ananth and Shwetha Maiya

Answer:
Quoting Shwetha
These are integer sequences created by Neil Sloane .. This can be used to generate a graph or a music sequence


9 Responses to “It’s the final countdown (ta da daa daaa)”

  1. Bharath
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    Music of integer sequences

    Neil sloane


  2. rickde
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    Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences

    audio generated from sequences


  3. Rogi
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    As you didn’t ask, I’ll not attempt to figure out just which number sequences these represent, but they were probably obtained using the “listen” function for certain sequences at the OEIS:
    a la;
    http://oeis.org/search?q=piano.....;go=Search


  4. jowens
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    Presumably “Listen to a Sequence in The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences”


  5. Manish Achuth
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    Music generated using Integer sequences.
    Website maintained by Neil Sloane.


  6. Raghuvansh
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    Sounds like an algorithm to convert mathematical series to musical notes. From the first few notes of each, guessing first two are the Fibonacci series and Pascal’s triangle.


  7. shrik
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    That’s Neil Sloane, creator of On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.

    The audios are the ‘listen’ version of some such sequences on there.


  8. Ananth
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    Music generated using integer sequences.
    Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences


  9. Shwetha Maiya
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    These are integer sequences created by Neil Sloane .. This can be used to generate a graph or a music sequence.


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