Department of Mathematics

Student Geometry/Topology

  •  Christopher Potvin, MSU
  •  Hypergraphs & their Homology
  •  09/23/2021
  •  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  •  C304 Wells Hall
  •  Danika Keala Van Niel (vannield@msu.edu)

Hypergraphs are generalizations of both graphs and simplicial complexes. They are often used to represent data for which graphs or simplices do not tell the whole story. As with many data structures, the new hotness is to do TDA (Topological Data Analysis) on hypergraphs. In this talk, I will introduce hypergraphs, why they are useful, and talk about their homology. https://msu.zoom.us/j/91485321701 Meeting ID: 914 8532 1701 Passcode: SGTS

 

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