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Ball, Keith - Department of Mathematics, University College London
Number Theory I HW I Solutions KMB 1. The algorithm yields
Solution of Shannon's Problem on the Monotonicity of Entropy Shiri Artstein
The complex plank problem Keith M. Ball
A Combinatorial Version of Vaaler's Theorem Department of Mathematics
Entropy jumps in the presence of a spectral gap , Franck Barthe
On the Rate of Convergence in the Entropic Central Limit Theorem
Convex Geometry and Functional Analysis Introduction
Number Theory I HW III Solutions KMB 1. Suppose n and m are coprime. Then we want to show that
Number Theory I HW V Solutions KMB 1. The partial quotients are 1, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2, . . . with the pair 1, 2 repeating indef-
Number Theory I HW VII Solutions KMB 1. They are exactly the numbers that can be written as a sum of 2 squares.
Number Theory I HW II Solutions KMB 1. This is just a matter of checking that the same argument works.
An elementary introduction to monotone transportation
The Central Limit Problem for Convex Bodies Milla Anttila
A remark on the slicing problem Introduction
Number Theory I HW IV Solutions KMB 1. We know that the square of x(p-1)/2