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## 12:15 pm

### Introduction to theory of Euclid graphs (Sin-Min Lee, SJSU)

In Euclidean geometry, the sum of two sides of any triangle is greater than the third side. We introduce this idea to labeling of graphs. A (p,q)-graph G=(V,E) is said to be in Euclid(0) if there exists a bijection f: V(G) --> {1,…,p} such that for each induced C3 subgraph with vertices {v1,v2,v3} with f(v1)<f(v2)<f(v3) we […]

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### Topology Seminar: Sam Nelson (CMC)

Title: Biquandle Brackets and Knotoids Abstract: Biquandle brackets are a type of quantum enhancement of the biquandle counting invariant for oriented knots and links, defined by a set of skein relations with coefficients which are functions of biquandle colors at a crossing. In this talk we use biquandle brackets to enhance the biquandle counting matrix […]

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