Monotone graph properties
John Shereshian
University of Miami
December 8,
4:15pm
refreshments at 3:45pm
2338
ABSTRACT

A monotone graph property is a collection of graphs
on a fixed, labeled vertex set V which is closed under removal
of edges and permutation of vertices. Each monotone graph
property determines a simplicial complex whose vertices correspond
to the edges in the complete graph on V. The topological structure
of such complexes was first investigated by J. Kahn, M. Saks
and D. Sturtevant in their study of computational complexity of
monotone graph properties. More recently, certain classes of
monotone graph properties have appeared in various areas of
algebra, topology and combinatorics. I will discuss some of
these classes and the techniques used to investigate them.

Speaker's Contact Info: shareshi(atsign)math.miami.edu
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