
If you want to see an article regarding A246039 and A246038, followed by an article regarding
A253069 and A253070
the input yields
the output

If you want to see an article regarding mod 3 analogs of
A246039 and A246038, followed by an article regarding
mod 3 analogs A253069 and A253070, keeping track of the individuality of the coefficients
the input yields
the output

If you want to see an article regarding mod 5 analogs of
A246039 and A246038, followed by an article regarding
mod 5 analogs A253069 and A253070, keeping track of the individuality of the coefficients
the input yields
the output

If you want to see some random examples of 1dimensional cellular automata given by odd rules
and generalizations with mod 3 and mod 5
the input yields
the output

If you want to see some random examples of 1dimensional cellular automata given by odd rules
and generalizations with mod 3 and mod 5, but keeping track of the individuality of the
coefficients
the input yields
the output

If you want to see mod 3 analogs of A246039 and A246038, and of A253069 and A253070
the input yields
the output

If you want to see all sequences
P(x)^{n} mod 2 evaluated at x=1
for all polynomials of degree ≤ 7 with at least three monomials
the input yields
the output

If you want to see all sequences
P(x)^{n} mod 3 evaluated at x=1
for all polynomials of degree ≤ 7 with at least three monomials
where the individuality of the coeeficients is kept
the input yields
the output

If you want to see all sequences
P(x,y)^{n} mod 2 evaluated at x=1
for all polynomials P(x,y) whose support is contained in {0,1,2}x{0,1,2}
the input yields
the output

If you want to see all sequences
P(x,y)^{n} mod 3, where the individuality of the coefficients is kept
for all polynomials P(x,y) whose support is contained in {0,1,2}x{0,1,2}
the input yields
the output

If you want to see an article about the cellular automata generated by the 3D Moore neighborhood,
the subject of OEIS sequences
A246031 and A246032
the input yields
the output

More impressively, and timeconsuming, is an article about the cellular automata generated by the 4D Moore neighborhood,
the input yields
the output
[Because this output file is so long, for your convenience, we extract the generating function for the sparse subsequence,
whose denominator has degree 221 (and numerator, degree 220)
in Maple input format, and called it Moore4, in this
output file]
[Note, these sequences were entered in the OEIS as
A255477 and A244478]