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Equidistribution and freeness on Grassmannians

  title={Equidistribution and freeness on Grassmannians},
  author={Tim D. Browning and Tal Horesh and Florian Wilsch},
We associate a certain tensor product lattice to any primitive integer lattice and ask about its typical shape. These lattices are related to the tangent bundle of Grassmannians and their study is motivated by Peyre’s programme on “freeness” for rational points of bounded height on Fano varieties. 
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