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Scholars Day 2006, Wednesday, April 12

Zeta Functions for Graphs

Zeta functions are special functions that contain information about certain aspects of a finite graph. We discuss what they are, how they are calculated and provide exmaples. We then will try to generalize to infinite graphs.

Presenter: Howard Skogman (Faculty)
Topic: Math
Location: 208 Holmes
Time: 9:50 am (Session I)


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