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# Tag Archives: resistance distance

## G2D2, 4: the second week

The lecturers of the first two minicourses now gave way for the second team. Mike Boyle and Scott Schmieding told us about symbolic dynamics, in particular, subshifts and their automorphism groups. This was particularly valuable to me: I had dove … Continue reading

## Resistance and collaboration

I am certain that this is well known. But I was asked the question just before a not very inspiring lecture, and had nothing better to do than find my own proof. Given any finite connected graph with positive numbers … Continue reading

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Tagged collaboration graph, optimal designs, resistance distance
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