Corrections & updates for the 2nd edition of Computing the Continuous Discretely: IntegerPoint Enumeration in Polyhedra by Matthias Beck and Sinai Robins (Springer 2015):
 p. 151: the t in equation (8.4) should be a n.
 p. 161, Note 3: the appearance of BernoulliBarnes polynomials as part of the restricted partition function goes back to an 1857
paper by Sylvester (almost 50 years before Barnes introduced BernoulliBarnes polynomials).
 p. 192, Note 3: the dl exponent in the symmetry equation for b(z) should be s1.
 p. 271: the page numbers in [100] for Dehn's 1905 publication are incorrect; they should read 561586.


