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G2D2, 2: first week

The campus of the China Three Gorges Hotel has a small river, full of waterlilies and lotus flowers. Beside it runs a main road, along which big water trucks run, shooting atomised water from cannon-like structures; we are told this … Continue reading

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Pilsen, days 3 and 4

After the rush of the first two days, things quietened down a bit, so I can stop and look around me. The conference logo, and an explanation, is here. Norman Biggs, one of the pioneers of algebraic graph theory, speculated … Continue reading

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Flagmatic

This post is copied from the Centre for Discrete Mathematics site. We are very happy to announce that Emil Vaughan’s Flagmatic program is available and is supported by the Centre for Discrete Mathematics. The program computes exact values of Turán … Continue reading

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