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Counting magic squares of primes and removing elements in latin squares
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Tea in Pavilion E from 3.30
We will discuss some work in progress on giving the asymptotic number of magic squares with primes in [0,N] as entries (using for that the result of Ben Green and Terence Tao on linear equations in primes) and on a problem on unique completion of latin squares in which we start with a certain type of latin square and remove each element with a fixed probability.
This talk is part of the Discrete Analysis Seminar series.
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