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# Tag Archives: optimal designs

## A visit to INRA

Yesterday I visited the Jouy-en-Josas site of INRA. That is INRA (Institut National de la Récherche Agronomique), not INRIA, which I have visited in the past. You will see from their sign that English dirty words have reached France … … Continue reading

## Resistance and collaboration

I am certain that this is well known. But I was asked the question just before a not very inspiring lecture, and had nothing better to do than find my own proof. Given any finite connected graph with positive numbers … Continue reading

Posted in doing mathematics, exposition
Tagged collaboration graph, optimal designs, resistance distance
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## LTCC intensive course this week

Linking two previous posts, here and here: The LTCC intensive on “Laplacian Eigenvalues and Optimality”, a pure maths/statistics crossover, takes place on Wednesday and Thursday this week, starting at 1pm on Wednesday, in the Rockefeller Building, Gower Street, London (opposite … Continue reading

Posted in events, Neill Cameron artwork
Tagged Laplacian eigenvalues, networks, optimal designs
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