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Publication# Stability Results For The Volume Of Random Simplices

Abstract

It is known that for a convex body K in R-d of volume one, the expected volume of random simplices in K is minimized if K is an ellipsoid, and for d = 2, maximized if K is a triangle. Here we provide corresponding stability estimates.

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