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Mechanics of Materials > 2014 > 72 > Complete > 19-32

International Journal of Engineering Science > 2013 > 72 > Complete > 155-176

Random Structures & Algorithms > 57 > 1 > 64 - 96

*m*rows and

*n*independent columns drawn from a bounded lattice random variable. We prove that for

*n*at least polynomial in

*m*, with high probability the

*ℓ*

_{∞}‐discrepancy is at most twice the

*ℓ*

_{∞}‐covering radius of the integer span of the support of the random variable. Applying this result...

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology > 2019 > 105 > 7-8 > 3289-3302

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology > 2019 > 105 > 5-6 > 2501-2511

Computational and Applied Mathematics > 2019 > 38 > 4 > 1-18

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology > 2019 > 105 > 1-4 > 1275-1293

Mathematical Notes > 2019 > 106 > 1-2 > 52-62

Mathematical Notes > 2019 > 106 > 1-2 > 146-150

Mathematical Notes > 2019 > 106 > 1-2 > 113-117

Russian Mathematics > 2019 > 63 > 5 > 82-84

Algebra universalis > 2019 > 80 > 3 > 1-26

*k*-maximal when there are only $$k-1$$ k-1 submagmas between it and the free magma itself. These two tools, arithmetic and maximality, allow us to study the lattice...

Algebra universalis > 2019 > 80 > 3 > 1-11

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2019 > 176 > 6 > 1375-1408

Archiv der Mathematik > 2019 > 113 > 5 > 515-524

Fundamenta Informaticae > 2019 > Vol. 167, nr 3 > 235--256

Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy > 2019 > 62 > 10 > 1-8

Archive of Applied Mechanics > 2019 > 89 > 9 > 1837-1860