Mathematical Sciences - Virtual Combinatorics Colloquium - " Cyclic Sieving: Old and New" by Vic Reiner (University of Minnesota)

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm


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Virtual Combinatorics Colloquium Hosted by the Northeast Combinatorics Network
Vic Reiner (University of Minnesota)

Title: Cyclic Sieving: Old and New

ABSTRACT: Cyclic sieving, identified in work with
Dennis Stanton and Dennis White, is a happy
situation, where counting how many among some
objects enjoy cyclic symmetry is as easy as qcounting
all of the objects. We will illustrate this
with two kinds of examples: old ones that still plague
us with only uninsightful proofs, and new ones that
have joined our list of favorites.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Stratton Hall 106

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