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Student meetings

Lots of things have happened and not been noted, sorry. I will try to catch up a bit over the next few weeks. In the past few weeks I have spoken at two student-organised conferences. First, in July, was the … Continue reading

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Groups with unique involution

I discussed the binary polyhedral groups in the second post on the ADE diagrams. A more general class of groups has cropped up a couple of times recently, namely finite groups containing a unique involution. I’d like to discuss them … Continue reading

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Ambiguity, 2

JoAnne Growney has recently referred again to our small disagreement about the role of ambiguity in mathematics and in poetry. The fact is that I really agree with her, but it is very hard to make a good argument for … Continue reading

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