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Littlewood-Offord Problem
Form the
sums (black dots) of all possible subsets of
vectors (red dots). If all
vectors have norm at least 1, then at most
of the vectors lie in the green circle of diameter 1. (The function
is the floor of
.)
Contributed by:
George Beck
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D. Stanton and D. White,
Constructive Combinatorics
, New York: Springer–Verlag, 1986.
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