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What characterizations of relative information are known?
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An alternative to the Euler--Maclaurin formula: Approximating sums by integrals only
books.google.com/books?id=laweX9bzDM8C
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Mathematics Book on Yang-Mills Equation
Classical Theory of Gauge Fields by Rubakov:
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Product and convex combination of two stochastic matrices
If I understand my computer algebra system correctly (not necessarily true), this is not possible for $N=3$. If negative entries are allowed, it is clearly possible.
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Product and convex combination of two stochastic matrices
Let $K_1 = K_2 = 11^*/N$, where $1$ denotes a vector of ones. But this is probably not what you have in mind.
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What are some very important papers published in non-top journals?
Surprised that the word "Tohoku" is not yet on this page, despite the fact that it's much earlier than OP's desired timeframe.
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Brownian motion in $n$ dimensions
A more general case is discussed here:
mathoverflow.net/a/96719/1847
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Is this subset-sum-type problem discussed in the literature?
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Is this subset-sum-type problem discussed in the literature?
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