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- “Obvious” Does Not Imply “True”: The Minimal Superpermutation Conjecture is False
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- Counting the Possible Orderings of Pairwise Multiplication
- In Search of a 4-by-11 Matrix
- The Spectrum of the Partial Transpose of a Density Matrix
- The Minimal Superpermutation Problem
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- Norms and Dual Norms as Supremums and Infimums
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