Given a set of 2D vertices, how to create a minimum-area polygon which contains all the given vertices?
Characteristic polynomial of an $8 \times 8$ symmetric matrix with indeterminate entries related to octonionic multiplication
Does a minimum area disk that is bounded by a cycle $C$ continuously deform in $R^3$ as $C$ moves in $R^3$?
Is there an upper bound on the number of points in point cloud for which we compute the persistent homology?
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