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On a different weighted zero-sum constant

@inproceedings{Mondal2021OnAD,
  title={On a different weighted zero-sum constant},
  author={Santanu Mondal and Krishnendu Paul and Shameek Paul},
  year={2021}
}
For a finite abelian group ( G, +), the constant C ( G ) is defined to be the smallest natural number k , such that any sequence of k elements in G has a subsequence of consecutive terms whose sum is zero. We also define a weighted version of this constant and determine its value for some particular weights, for the group Z n . 
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