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  1. Absil, Romain; Camby, Eglantine; Hertz, Alain; Mélot, Hadrien: A sharp lower bound on the number of non-equivalent colorings of graphs of order $n$ and maximum degree $n - 3$ (2018)
  2. Avendaño, Martín; Kogan, Roman; Nisse, Mounir; Rojas, J.Maurice: Metric estimates and membership complexity for Archimedean amoebae and tropical hypersurfaces (2018)
  3. Baake, Michael; Coons, Michael: A natural probability measure derived from Stern’s diatomic sequence (2018)
  4. Bach, Eric; Dusart, Jérémie; Hellerstein, Lisa; Kletenik, Devorah: Submodular goal value of Boolean functions (2018)
  5. Barghi, Amir: Stirling numbers of the first kind for graphs (2018)
  6. Baril, Jean-Luc; Kirgizov, Sergey; Petrossian, Armen: Dyck paths with a first return decomposition constrained by height (2018)
  7. Barnard, Emily; Reading, Nathan: Coxeter-bicatalan combinatorics (2018)
  8. Barrientos, Christian; Minion, Sarah: On the number of $\alpha$-labeled graphs (2018)
  9. Barry, Paul; Mesinga Mwafise, Arnauld: Classical and semi-classical orthogonal polynomials defined by Riordan arrays, and their moment sequences (2018)
  10. Benkart, Georgia; Elduque, Alberto: Cross products, invariants, and centralizers (2018)
  11. Bényi, Beáta; Nagy, Gábor V.: Bijective enumerations of $\Gamma$-free $0$-$1$ matrices (2018)
  12. Bevan, David; Homberger, Cheyne; Tenner, Bridget Eileen: Prolific permutations and permuted packings: downsets containing many large patterns (2018)
  13. Billey, Sara C.; Konvalinka, Matjaž; Petersen, T. Kyle; Slofstra, William; Tenner, Bridget E.: Parabolic double cosets in Coxeter groups (2018)
  14. Boldi, Paolo; Vigna, Sebastiano: On the lattice of antichains of finite intervals (2018)
  15. Capparelli, Stefano; Ferrari, Margherita Maria; Munarini, Emanuele; Zagaglia Salvi, Norma: A generalization of the “problème des rencontres” (2018)
  16. Castro, Francis N.; González, Oscar E.; Medina, Luis A.: Generalized exponential sums and the power of computers (2018)
  17. Castro, Francis N.; Medina, Luis A.: Hadamard matrices and the spectrum of quadratic symmetric polynomials over finite fields (2018)
  18. Chern, Shane: On a conjecture of George Beck (2018)
  19. Conway, Andrew R.; Guttmann, Anthony J.; Zinn-Justin, Paul: 1324-avoiding permutations revisited (2018)
  20. Dilcher, Karl; Ericksen, Larry: Continued fractions and polynomials related to hyperbinary representations (2018)

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