By Doron Zeilberger

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Written: June 20, 2002

Appeared in Advances in Applied Mathematics v. 30 (2003), 633-654.

In this article I combine ideas due to two of my favorite Frenchmen: Roger Apery and Jacques Derrida (who prove what a great melting pot France is, since neither is a "true" Frenchman. The former is a son of a Greek immigrant while the latter is a Jew who grew up in Algeria). I am sure that Computerized Deconstruction, once it gets off the ground, will be as influential as Metaphysical Deconstruction was in philosophy and literary theory.


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