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$$\varGamma $$ Γ -Convergence of the Heitmann–Radin Sticky Disc Energy to the Crystalline Perimeter

Overview of attention for article published in Journal of Nonlinear Science, November 2018
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Title
$$\varGamma $$ Γ -Convergence of the Heitmann–Radin Sticky Disc Energy to the Crystalline Perimeter
Published in
Journal of Nonlinear Science, November 2018
DOI 10.1007/s00332-018-9517-3
Authors

L. De Luca, M. Novaga, M. Ponsiglione

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