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found 8 matches
- Martin Kochol:
Equivalent versions of group-connectivity theorems and conjectures. Discret. Appl. Math. 257: 350-352 (2019)
- Haoyu Li, Yanbin Pan:
The Search Successive Minima Problem Is Equivalent to Its Optimization Version. WISA 2017: 39-50
- Omer Tanovic, Alexandre Megretski, Yan Li, Vladimir Marko Stojanovic, Mitra Osqui:
Baseband Equivalent Models Resulting From Dynamic Continuous-Time Perturbations In Phase-Amplitude Modulation-Demodulation Schemes (Expanded version). CoRR abs/1510.01705 (2015)
- Sri Hari Krishna Narayanan, Mahmut T. Kandemir:
A Systematic Approach to Automatically Generate Multiple Semantically Equivalent Program Versions. Ada-Europe 2008: 185-198
- Angelo Monti, Paolo Penna, Riccardo Silvestri:
An Equivalent Version of the Caccetta-Häggkvist Conjecture in an Online Load Balancing Problem. WG 2007: 154-165
- R. E. Hodel:
Restricted versions of the Tukey-Teichmüller theorem that are equivalent to the Boolean prime ideal theorem. Arch. Math. Log. 44(4): 459-472 (2005)
- Martin Kochol:
An Equivalent Version of the 3-Flow Conjecture. J. Comb. Theory, Ser. B 83(2): 258-261 (2001)
- Gary P. Shannon:
Equivalent versions of a weak form of the axiom of choice. Notre Dame J. Formal Log. 29(4): 569-573 (1988)
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