Links in Graphs or Why You Should Go Wireless
Professor Brenda Johnson
October 25, 2004
Pizza and drinks will be served
Consider a computer system with six components, each of which has to be connected to each of the others by a cable or wire. The result is a mess, but how messy is it? We’ll look at a theorem that establishes the minimum degree of messiness in this situation, and the undergraduate research that it has inspired at Union.
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