What is ... a random graph?

This page hosts information on Jannes Müncheberg's talk "What is ... a random graph?" at the "What is ...?" seminar. This talk will help you better understand the talk by Steffen Lauritzen.

Where & When

  • Friday, October 27, 2017, 1.00pm @ BMS Loft at Urania

Abstract

  • Graphs are a crucial model in many parts of science nowadays. As often the structure of the underlying graphs is not fully known, the field of random graphs has hugely gained significance. This talk will give an introduction on random graphs. It will also present the main stochastic models for random graphs and their properties.

Fun fact

  • This is the third "What is... a random graph?" talk in history. There was one in October 2008 and one in May 2014, so you have to be at least in your fifth year of BMS to have attended the last one.
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