Antoine Bosselut

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Activities and events in our lives are structural, be it a vacation, a camping trip, or a wedding. While individual details vary, there are characteristic patterns that are specific to each of these scenarios. For example, a wedding typically consists of a sequence of events such as walking down the aisle, exchanging vows, and dancing. In this paper, we(More)
This problem is one of the most basic problems in discrepancy theory. The field of discrepancy theory has many applications in various areas of computer science including Approximation algorithms, communication complexity, machine learning and optimization. We refer interested students to [Cha00]. Here, we prove the following theorem. Theorem 3.1. Let b be(More)
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