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May 15, 2017

Non-transitive Dice over Gowers’s Blog

Filed under: polymath proposals — Gil Kalai @ 7:36 am

A polymath-style project on non transitive dice (Wikipedea) is now running over Gowers blog. (Here is the link to the first post.)




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