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On a partition with a lower expected $\mathcal{L}_2$-discrepancy than classical jittered sampling

@inproceedings{Kiderlen2021OnAP,
  title={On a partition with a lower expected \$\mathcal\{L\}\_2\$-discrepancy than classical jittered sampling},
  author={Markus Kiderlen and Florian Pausinger},
  year={2021}
}
We prove that classical jittered sampling of the d-dimensional unit cube does not yield the smallest expected L2-discrepancy among all stratified samples with N = m d points. Our counterexample can be given explicitly and consists of convex partitioning sets of equal volume. 

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