# Submitting a sequence derived here to OEIS

Hi Admins,

I did some analysis on a tiling problem and found that the sequence is not found in OEIS. Is it okay to submit the sequence and mention the shared link there?

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4 years, 10 months ago

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It would be useful for you to state which problem this is, and I might be able to shed more light on it.

Note that contributing a sequence to OEIS often requires substantiation of why it is an important sequence. For example, the Fibonacci and Lucas numbers satisfy the recurrence relation $$T_{n+2} = T_{n+1} + T_n$$, with different initial values. All such sequences can be considered "interesting", but obviously not all such sequences will make it into OEIS.

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Hi Calvin,

I was talking about this problem

A related sequence without the constraint is available there, so thought that it would be nice to have this sequence also, and wanted to know how to cite the source.

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