Dr. Ben Fairbairn (Birkbeck)

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Date(s) - 06/12/2017
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm



Invertible Generating Graphs


Let G be a group. Recall that the generating graph of G is defined as follows: the vertices are the non-trivial elements of G with two vertices x and y being adjoined by an edge if and only if the pair x and y generate G. This much-studied object encodes many of the quantities studied for measuring how easily generating pairs can be found. In this talk we discuss a variant of the generating graph recently introduced by the speaker.


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