Solving for best linear approximates

06/20/2021 ∙ by Avraham Bourla, et al. ∙ 0

Our goal is to finally settle a persistent problem in Diophantine Approximation, that of finding best inhomogeneous linear approximates. Classical results from the theory of continued fractions solve the special homogeneous case in the form of a complete sequence of normal approximates. Real expansions that allow the notion of normality to percolate into the inhomogeneous setting will provide us with the general solution.

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