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  • De Bruijn, N. G. (1946). A Combinatorial Problem. Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie v.

    Does anyone have a PDF copy of the following paper? I see it cited frequently, but I am unable to locate it myself.

    De Bruijn, N. G. (1946). A Combinatorial Problem. Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie v. Wetenschappen 49: 758–764.

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    Try using the "filetype:pdf" google search qualifier ....

    Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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      de Bruijn

      I did try that and was unable to turn anything up. I did find this geeky shrine to de Bruijn: http://chessprogramming.wikispaces.c...laas+de+Bruijn

      They have several of his works available as PDF, but not this one...

      Since everyone is citing this there must be a copy out there...

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      • #4
        I am also having a difficult time locating this article online and I would like to read it and cite it. Does anyone have a pdf copy?

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          Originally posted by brachysclereid View Post
          Does anyone have a PDF copy of the following paper? I see it cited frequently, but I am unable to locate it myself.

          De Bruijn, N. G. (1946). A Combinatorial Problem. Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie v. Wetenschappen 49: 758–764.

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