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Properties of the minimum circumscribing circle for points sequentially placed within a circle of radius $r$ of previously placed points on a 2D plane
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Maximizing the number of lattice points in a circle of radius $r$ placed on a lattice
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Ahem, peaks in terms of the number of lattice points internal to the circle.
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Maximizing the number of lattice points in a circle of radius $r$ placed on a lattice
@Michael Biro If a circle of radius $r$ were to execute something like a Brownian motion on a lattice, would we really only expect peaks when its center drifts over a small set of points in the fundamental unit of the Z^2 or A^2 lattices?
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Maximizing the number of lattice points in a circle of radius $r$ placed on a lattice
@Michael Biro "I want to say that by symmetry, the only relevant centers are lattice points, midpoints of square edges, and centers of squares..." right, I think that makes a lot of sense... but is there any way to make this statement rigorous?
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An exact counting solution for the number of points within a circle of radius $r$ centered on a lattice point in a $A_2$ hexagonal lattice
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An exact counting solution for the number of points within a circle of radius $r$ centered on a lattice point in a $A_2$ hexagonal lattice
@Yoav I was following what Will Sawin was doing, but to make sure I understand, could you quickly note your approach?
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@Will Sawin Hmm... I don't see the error.
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