STaRS: Working Toward the Hub Graph | Department of Mathematics

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STaRS: Working Toward the Hub Graph

Event Information
Event Location: 
via Zoom
Event Date: 
Friday, October 23, 2020 - 3:00pm

Speakers: Rilee Burden (UNT undergraduate: Math and Computer Engineering), Sydney Le (UNT undergraduate: Electrical Engineering)

Mentors: Dr. Lior Fishman and Dr. Houston Schuerger (UNT Alumni)

Title: Working Toward the Hub Graph

Abstract: We will introduce the graph theory concepts of zero forcing and the iteration index, and then see how

they apply to various low-level classes of graphs. We will use these classes to construct more complex,

or mid-level, graphs, and examine how those ideas and their proofs translate. All of this is in pursuit of

determining the iteration index of and understanding the process of zero forcing acting on a speci_c graph

known as the Hub graph.

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