Configuration spaces of graphs

Liz Hanbury (University of Durham)

Monday 4th October, 2010 16:00-17:00 204


Joint work with Michael Farber. Configuration spaces of graphs are important in robotics where they may model a collection of robots moving around on a system of tracks or wires in a factory. In this talk I will discuss recent results on the topology of the configuration space of two points on a graph.

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