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BCC, day 4

The highlight of the conference for me was the talk this afternoon by Manuel Bodirsky, on Ramsey classes. No time now to explain all this – get the invited speakers’ volume and read it if you want to know – … Continue reading

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Finite geometry and probabilistic combinatorics

In the late 1960s, when I was born as a mathematician, I worked on finite permutation groups, on the edge of finite geometry and the combinatorics of very regular structures. I was dimly aware that there was a completely different … Continue reading

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