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How is the theory of vector invariants related to number theory?
Is there a nice theorem or toy problem that demonstrates the usefulness of invariant theory to tackle a number theoretic problem? I'm looking for some accessible insight into the motivation (for a ...
Sep 2 '12 at 17:09
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