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  1. "Low Dimensions" grant acknowledgments
  2. "New Proof" grant acknowledgments
  3. 3D Moser statistics
  4. 4D Moser brute force search
  5. 4D Moser sets with d at least 2 have at most 42 points
  6. 4D Moser sets with d at least 3 has at most 41 points
  7. 4D Moser sets with d at least 4 have at most 40 points
  8. 4th roots of unity
  9. 6th roots of unity
  10. A-statistics code
  11. ABC conjecture
  12. A Hilbert space lemma
  13. A general partitioning principle
  14. A general result about density increments
  15. A second Fourier decomposition related to Sperner's theorem
  16. A second outline of a density-increment argument
  17. Abstract.tex
  18. Abstract regularity lemma
  19. Ajtai-Szemerédi's proof of the corners theorem
  20. Algorithm for finding multiplicative sequences with bounded discrepancy
  21. An efficient algorithm exists if Cramer's conjecture holds
  22. An outline of a density-increment argument
  23. Austin's proof
  24. Austin's proof II
  25. BK:Section 3
  26. Basic facts about Bohr sets
  27. Benchmarks of small admissible tuples
  28. Bertrand's postulate
  29. Biblio.tex
  30. Bibliography
  31. Boshernitzan’s problem
  32. Bounded Dirichlet inverse
  33. Bounded discrepancy multiplicative functions do not correlate with characters
  34. Bounded gaps between primes
  35. Bounding the discrepancy in terms of the common difference
  36. COVID-19 dataset clearinghouse
  37. C code for Moser
  38. Carlson's theorem
  39. Carlson-Simpson theorem
  40. Character-like functions
  41. Classification of (6,12,18,4,0) sets
  42. Coloring.tex
  43. Coloring Hales-Jewett theorem
  44. Combinatorial subspace
  45. Complexity of a set
  46. Computer proof that completely multiplicative sequences have discrepancy greater than 2
  47. Computing a HAP basis
  48. Concentration of measure
  49. Concepts.tex
  50. Convert raw input string into CSV table

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