## Q-series: Their Development and Application in Analysis, Number Theory, Combinatorics, Physics, and Computer Algebra, Issue 66 |

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### Contents

Found Opportunities | 1 |

Classical Special Functions and L J Rogers | 9 |

W N Baileys Extension of Rogerss Work | 21 |

Constant Terms | 33 |

Integrals | 45 |

Partitions and qSeries | 53 |

Partitions and Constant Terms | 63 |

The Hard Hexagon Model | 73 |

Ramanujan | 87 |

Computer Algebra | 95 |

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