for some given degree m, summed for 1 ≤ i ≤ n.
Such forms F, and the hypersurfaces F = 0 they define in projective space, are very special in geometric terms, with many symmetries. They also include famous cases like the Fermat curves, and other examples well known in the theory of Diophantine equations.
Exact and approximate algorithms for part-machine clustering based on a relationship between interval graphs and Robinson matrices.
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