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[1] Nicolás Álvarez and Verónica Becher. M. Levin's construction of absolutely normal numbers with very low discrepancy. Math. Comp.
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[2] Josef Dick, Domingo Gomez-Perez, Friedrich Pillichshammer and Arne Winterhof. Digital inversive vectors can achieve polynomial tractability for the weighted star discrepancy and for multivariate integration. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.
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[3] Dmitriy Bilyk, Xiaomin Ma, Jill Pipher and Craig Spencer. Diophantine approximations and directional discrepancy of rotated lattices. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 368 (2016) 3871-3897.
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[4] Josef Dick and Friedrich Pillichshammer. The weighted star discrepancy of Korobov's $p$-sets. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 143 (2015) 5043-5057.
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[5] Aleksandar Nikolov and Kunal Talwar. On the hereditary discrepancy of homogeneous arithmetic progressions. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 143 (2015) 2857-2863.
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[6] J. S. Brauchart, E. B. Saff, I. H. Sloan and R. S. Womersley. QMC designs: Optimal order Quasi Monte Carlo integration schemes on the sphere. Math. Comp. 83 (2014) 2821-2851.
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[7] M. M. Skriganov. On mean values of the $L_q$-discrepancies of point distributions. St. Petersburg Math. J. 24 (2013) 991-1012.
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[8] Makoto Matsumoto, Mutsuo Saito and Kyle Matoba. A computable figure of merit for quasi-Monte Carlo point sets. Math. Comp. 83 (2014) 1233-1250.
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[9] Christoph Aistleitner and Markus Hofer. Probabilistic discrepancy bound for Monte Carlo point sets. Math. Comp. 83 (2014) 1373-1381.
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[10] Johann S. Brauchart and Josef Dick. A simple proof of Stolarsky's invariance principle. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 141 (2013) 2085-2096.
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[11] Roswitha Hofer, Gerhard Larcher and Heidrun Zellinger. On the digits of squares and the distribution of quadratic subsequences of digital sequences. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 141 (2013) 1551-1565.
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[12] Christoph Aistleitner. On the law of the iterated logarithm for the discrepancy of lacunary sequences II. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 365 (2013) 3713-3728.
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[13] Michael Gnewuch. Infinite-dimensional integration on weighted Hilbert spaces. Math. Comp. 81 (2012) 2175-2205.
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[14] Katusi Fukuyama and Tetsujin Watada. A metric discrepancy result for lacunary sequences. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 140 (2012) 749-754. MR 2869060.
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[15] Leonardo Colzani, Giacomo Gigante and Giancarlo Travaglini. Trigonometric approximation and a general form of the Erdős Turán inequality. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 363 (2011) 1101-1123. MR 2728598.
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[16] Christoph Aistleitner. On the law of the iterated logarithm for the discrepancy of lacunary sequences. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 362 (2010) 5967-5982. MR 2661504.
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[17] József Beck. Threshold clustering and a few bold conjectures. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 155-162.
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[18] József Beck. Exact solutions of games: Understanding via the equiprobability postulate. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 123-134.
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[19] József Beck. Constraints and threshold clustering. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 147-154.
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[20] József Beck. Practice session (I): More on Ramsey games and strategies. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 89-97.
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[21] József Beck. Equiprobability postulate with constraints (endgame policy). University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 135-146.
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[22] József Beck. Collecting data: More randomness in number theory. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 21-36.
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[23] József Beck. Complex systems. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 3-11.
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[24] József Beck. An attempt to save the variance. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 203-207.
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[25] József Beck. Collecting data: Apparent randomness of digit sequences. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 13-20.
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[26] József Beck. Conclusion (I): More on theorem 1. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 227-236.
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[27] József Beck. Is surplus the right concept? (I). University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 177-184.
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[28] József Beck. Yet another simplification: Sparse hypergraphs and the surplus. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 165-176.
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[29] József Beck. Conclusion (II): Beyond the SLG conjecture. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 237-243.
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[30] József Beck. Working with a game-theoretic partition function. University Lecture Series 49 (2009) 193-202.
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