Monday, November 1 2021
11:00am - 12:00am
Department Seminar
Combinatorial Limits

What is the limit of a sequence of combinatorial objects? Graph theory finds applications is many areas like physics and computer science; and it is everywhere behind the scenes of our modern, technology oriented world. But what happens if the graphs under consideration get larger and larger? Within the last two decades, the theory of limits of discrete objects has been thriving, with the aim of capturing features of very large objects. It serves itself tools from measure theory, probability theory and functional analysis. In this talk, I will give a gentle introduction to different approaches to limit objects, we will discuss their advantages and see some applications in proofs of results about quasi-randomness.

Everyone is welcome to join the seminar. Seminar will be hydrid: in-person and virtual (zoom). The speaker will be in-person. For in-person, please join us in Student Commons Building room #4017. For virtual attendance, please contact mathstaff@ucdenver.edu for Zoom information.
Speaker:Samuel Mohr
Affiliation:Faculty of Informatics of Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic and Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
Location:SCB 4017 + Zoom


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