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- ‘Such a bijective proof of the Rogers-Ramanujan identities was found by Garsia and Milne by formulating an involution principle whose basic ideas can be traced to Schur's original combinatorial proof of these identities.’
- ‘Due to the nature of the correction, the mapping is not bijective.’
- ‘The bijective part of the Bessel function yields the motion amplitude a.’
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