Spring 2013: Random graphs

Complex graphs and networks are ubiquitous throughout science and engineering, and possess beautiful mathematical properties. The goal of these informal lectures is to provide an introduction to some of the most basic results in the theory of (Erdos-Renyi) random graphs from the probabilistic viewpoint: chromatic number and clique number, and the size of the largest component in the subcritical, supercritical, and critical regimes. If time permits, we will discuss Brownian limits.

Prerequisites: Probability at the level of ORF 526 is assumed.

Time and location: Thursdays, 4:50-6:20, Bendheim Center room 103.
The first lecture will be on February 28.
There will be no lecture on March 28 (colloquium).


25. February 2013 by Ramon van Handel
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