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On the existence of closed form solutions to finite combinatorial problems
Is it possible that a finite combinatorial problem may admit a closed form solution, and for it to be impossible in practice to prove the validity of this solution? I'm not sure if a rigorous ...
Feb 25 '11 at 21:41
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