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A method for exact calculation of the discrepancy of low-dimensional finite point sets I

Abstract

In the present paper the formulas of exactly calculating the discrepancy of 2-and 3-dimensional finite point sets are explicitly given only in terms of the components of points.

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Correspondence to P. Bundschuh or Y. Zhu.

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Bundschuh, P., Zhu, Y. A method for exact calculation of the discrepancy of low-dimensional finite point sets I. Abh.Math.Semin.Univ.Hambg. 63, 115–133 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02941337

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Keywords

  • Exact Calculation
  • Finite Sequence
  • Elementary Operation
  • Finite Point
  • Multidimensional Analogue