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SUMMARY:Math Kitchen Party: organized by Patrick Reynolds (UNB Fredericton)
DESCRIPTION:Source Sink Diffusion\nDanielle Cox (MSVU)\nWe will introduce the diffusion process on graphs with the addition of sources and sinks. In particular\, we will provide some results regarding the periodicity of the process. This is joint work with Todd Mullen (Dalhousie University)\, Shayne Breen (MSVU)\, Emily Wright (MSVU) and Jesse Preston (MSVU). \nMore Fun with the Sierpinski Relatives\nTara Taylor (StFX)\nThe Sierpinski gasket is a well-known fractal that can be described as the attractor of an iterated function system (IFS) that maps the unit square to three smaller squares (scaled down by 2). A Sierpinski relative is a fractal that is an attractor of an IFS that maps the unit square to three smaller squares but also involves the symmetries of the square. This is an interesting class of fractals because they all have the same fractal dimension but different topologies. Some are totally disconnected\, some are disconnected with straight line segments\, some are simply-connected\, and some are multiply-connected. This very brief talk will explore different ways to compare and characterize the fractals that go beyond the fractal dimension. We will focus on the subclass that are disconnected with straight line segments\, and this will involve convex hulls and epsilon-hulls. \nMusical Guests\n\nPatrick Reynolds\n\nThis is a virtual zoom meeting. If you would like to attend\, please email the organizers for connection details. \n[more information about the Math Kitchen Party summer talk series]
URL:https://aarms.math.ca/event/math-kitchen-party-tim-alderson-organizer-2/
LOCATION:Zoom seminar
CATEGORIES:AARMS Summer Talk Series
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