A randomized version of the Littlewood Conjecture

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A randomized version of the Littlewood Conjecture. / Haynes, Alan; Koivusalo, Henna.

2016.

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Haynes, A & Koivusalo, H 2016 'A randomized version of the Littlewood Conjecture'.

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Haynes, A., & Koivusalo, H. (2016). A randomized version of the Littlewood Conjecture.

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Haynes A, Koivusalo H. A randomized version of the Littlewood Conjecture. 2016 Oct 25.

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Haynes, Alan ; Koivusalo, Henna. / A randomized version of the Littlewood Conjecture. 2016.

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