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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 27, 2009 2:54 PM
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In more general scheme, multiplyers mi
(for each Xi) are not supposed to be
independant, but supposed to belong to
some subset of Cartesian product N^M.

It can be defined, e.g., as multiplayers mi,
satisfied to a set of j conditions:

f1(m1 , . . . , mM) >= 0
. . . . . . . .. . .
fj(m1 , . . . , mM) >= 0

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