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SUMMARY:Graduate student seminar - Tomer Konforty and Daniel Rosenblatt
DESCRIPTION:\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n *Determinacy of Perfect Information Games (Tomer Konforty)*\n\n\n\n\n\n\n Alice and Bob play a certain game that lasts infinitely many rounds. Can \none of them force a win, no matter how their opponent plays? As it turns out, \nthis innocent-looking question leads to very deep mathematics, with \nfar-reaching consequences in the fields of analysis, topology and descriptive \nset theory. We will analyze (and play) such games in this talk, which should \nbe highly accessible to everyone.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n *Clifford Algebras Introduction and Some Applications (Daniel Rosenblatt)*\nThe use of vectors and their operations (inner product, cross products) gave \nway to formalizing a lot of physics but in the way some information got lost \n(for example torque represents a rotation but is given by a seemingly random \nvector), the new formalism of using clifford algebras, generalizes a lot of \nnotions involving rotations to higher dimensions while it agrees with our \nprevious knowledge by the older method...
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