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# Tag Archives: Iain Moffatt

## London Mathematical Society Newsletter

The first issue of the revamped LMS newsletter, edited by Iain Moffatt, reached me a little while ago. The first obvious difference is that it has gone from A5 to A4 format, the same as the newsletters of the European … Continue reading

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Tagged Bill Tutte, Iain Moffatt, LMS, London Mathematical Society, loop cohomology, prime numbers
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## BCC26, 2

The first lecture on Thursday was by Benny Sudakov, on robustness of graph properties. For purposes of exposition, he had decided to focus on one particular property, that of being Hamiltonian. Dirac’s famous theorem tells us that a graph on … Continue reading

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Tagged Benny Sudakov, Bill Chen, Bridget Webb, Iain Moffatt, Vit Jelinek
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## The Tutte polynomial

The Tutte polynomial is an important 2-variable polynomial associated with a matroid (and in particular, with a graph). I have been at a workshop on “New Directions for the Tutte Polynomial”, organised by Jo Ellis-Monaghan and Iain Moffatt, at Royal … Continue reading

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Tagged Iain Moffatt, Joanna Ellis-Monaghan, Potts model partition function, Tutte polynomial
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