# Minimal S-Universality Criteria May Vary in Size

@article{Elkies2013MinimalSC, title={Minimal S-Universality Criteria May Vary in Size}, author={N. Elkies and D. Kane and S. Kominers}, journal={arXiv: Number Theory}, year={2013} }

In this note, we give simple examples of sets S of quadratic forms that have minimal S-universality criteria of multiple cardinalities. This answers a question of Kim, Kim, and Oh in the negative.

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