Measurable Graph Theory
|Room:||Mathematics and Computer Building (MC) 5168|
Measurable graph theory is the study of measure preserving group actions from a graph theoretic point of view. It is an exciting new direction that combines discrete mathematics with analysis and ergodic theory. In this lecture I will give an introduction to the topic, explain its connections to graph limits and property testing (constant time algorithms), and review known results and open.
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