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PARTITIONS OF THE SET OF NONNEGATIVE INTEGERS WITH THE SAME REPRESENTATION FUNCTIONS

  • JIA-WEN LI (a1) and MIN TANG (a2)

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Let $\mathbb{N}$ be the set of all nonnegative integers. For a given set $S\subset \mathbb{N}$ the representation function $R_{S}(n)$ counts the number of solutions of the equation $n=s+s^{\prime }$ with $s<s^{\prime }$ and $s,s^{\prime }\in S$ . We obtain some results on a problem of Chen and Lev [‘Integer sets with identical representation functions’, Integers 16 (2016), Article ID A36, 4 pages] about sets $A$ and $B$ such that $A\cup B=\mathbb{N}$ , $A\cap B=r+m\mathbb{N}$ and whose representation functions coincide.

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This work was supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, grant no. 11471017.

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