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Yann Brenier. A modified least action principle allowing mass concentrations for the early universe reconstruction problem. Confluentes Mathematici, Volume 3 (2011) no. 3, pp. 361-385. doi : 10.1142/S1793744211000400. https://cml.centre-mersenne.org/articles/10.1142/S1793744211000400/

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