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Cramer-Castillon on a Triangle's Incircle and Excircles

  title={Cramer-Castillon on a Triangle's Incircle and Excircles},
  author={Dominique Laurain and Peter J. C. Moses and Dan Reznik},
The Cramer-Castillon problem (CCP) consists in finding one or more polygons inscribed in a circle such that their sides pass cyclically through a list of N points. We study this problem where the points are the vertices of a triangle and the circle is either the incircle or excircles. 

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