Simon Kristensen

Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation

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Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation. / Bugeaud, Yann; Kristensen, Simon.

Århus : Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus, 2007.

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Bugeaud, Y & Kristensen, S 2007 'Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation' Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus, Århus.

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Bugeaud, Y., & Kristensen, S. (2007). Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation. Århus: Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus.

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Bugeaud Y, Kristensen S. 2007. Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation. Århus: Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus.

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Bugeaud, Yann and Simon Kristensen Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation. Århus: Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus. 2007., 21 p.

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Bugeaud Y, Kristensen S. Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation. Århus: Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus. 2007.

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Bugeaud, Yann ; Kristensen, Simon. / Diophantine exponents for mildly restricted approximation. Århus : Department of Mathematical Sciences , University of Aarhus, 2007.

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