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**On the Minimum of a Positive Definite Quadratic Form over Non--Zero Lattice points. Theory and Applications.** / Adiceam, Faustin; Zorin, Evgeniy.

Research output: Working paper

Adiceam, F & Zorin, E 2016 'On the Minimum of a Positive Definite Quadratic Form over Non--Zero Lattice points. Theory and Applications'.

Adiceam, F., & Zorin, E. (2016). *On the Minimum of a Positive Definite Quadratic Form over Non--Zero Lattice points. Theory and Applications*.

Adiceam F, Zorin E. On the Minimum of a Positive Definite Quadratic Form over Non--Zero Lattice points. Theory and Applications. 2016 Jul 15.

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