Combinatorics 

Combinatorics Seminars  Spring 2004
Ramsey
Unsaturated and Saturated Graphs Dr.
R. H. Schelp
Clones
in Representable Matroids Dr.
Talmage James Reid
Dr.
Jakayla Robbins
Fall 2004 An introduction to the Tutte Polynomial Dr.
Haidong Wu
Graph generations for predictive chemistry Dr. Laura Sheppardson Department
of Mathematics Friday, Sept. 24, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm
Triads in 3connected Matroids Dr. Manoel Lemos Department
of Mathematics Tuesday, Sept.14, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm
Spring 2004
Plane Graphs with Positive Curvature Dr. Guantao Chen Department
of Mathematics and Statistics Wednesday, April 14, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm
"Intersections" of Linearly Largest Circuits in Matroids Dr. Talmage James Reid Department of Mathematics University of Mississippi Wednesday,
April 7, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm Trees with Maximum General Randic Index Center
for Combinatorics Nakai University Wednesday,
March 31, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm Bonds in 3connected Mulitgraphs Dr. Xingxing Yu School of Mathematics Georgia Institute of Technology Wednesday,
March 24, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm The Cycle Double Cover Conjecture II Dr. Klas Markström Department
of Mathematics Umea University Wednesday,
Feb. 18, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm An
Introduction to Dr. Klas Markström Department
of Mathematics Umea University Wednesday,
Feb. 11, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm Chords in Longest Cycles of Graphs Dr. Bing Wei Department of Mathematics The University of Mississippi Wednesday,
Feb. 4, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 3:00pm
Closed 2cell Embeddings of Graphs Embeddable Department of Mathematics Middle Tennessee State University Wednesday,
January 28, 2004 in Hume Hall Room 331 at 3:00 pm Recent
Results and Problems Dr. Xueliang Li Center for Combinatorics Nankai University and Department of Mathematics The University of Mississippi Wednesday, January 21, 2004 in Hume Hall Room 331 at 3:00 pm
Combinatorics Seminars  Fall 2003

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