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What Does a Random Contingency Table Look Like?
Let R = (r1, . . . , rm) and C = (c1, . . . , cn) be positive integer vectors such that r1 + . . . + rm = c1 + . . . + cn. We consider the set (R, C) of non-negative m
Alexander I. Barvinok
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