# Events for December 2, 2019

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## 12:15 pm

### ANTC Seminar: Random Monomial Ideals (Lily Silverstein, CalPoly Pomona)

Probability is a now-classic tool in combinatorics, especially graph theory. Some applications of probabilistic techniques are: (1) describing the typical/expected properties of a class of objects, (2) uncovering phase transitions and sudden thresholds in the dependence of one property on another, and (3) producing examples of conjectured or unusual objects. (This last technique is sometimes […]

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### Applied Math Seminar On Unlimited Sampling given by Prof. Felix Krahmer (Technische Universität München)

Shannons sampling theorem provides a link between the continuous and thediscrete realms stating that bandlimited signals are uniquely determined by itsvalues on a discrete set. This theorem is realized in practice using so called analog to digital converters (ADCs). Unlike Shannons sampling theorem, the ADCs are limited in dynamic range. Whenever a signal exceeds some […]

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