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Topic: Restricted Least Common Multiple (RLCM)
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Yuly Shipilevsky

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Re: Restricted Least Common Multiple (RLCM)
Posted: Feb 25, 2009 2:56 PM
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Additions:

If at least one subset Ni of mask A has finite cardinality,
then either both: Restricted Least Common Multiple (RLCM) and Restricted Greatest Common Multiple (RGCM) don't exist or both: RLCM and RGCM
do exist (RGCM >= RCM >= RLCM).

It would be interesting to develop methods for
RLCM, RLCM computing for any mask(matrices) A.



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