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In our simulations, we find that maximum likelihood produces a better fit when a Fourier invertibility condition holds, while digital moment estimation produces a better fit when it doesn't.
In this talk I will describe a multi-type branching process, in which the population is divided into a finite number of allele types.
I'll describe the analogue on the quiver side of the natural gluing, or "recollement", structure of this category of perverse sheaves.
I'll continue the introduction to cohomology with more about group cohomology and Galois cohomology.
Given a ring R and a multiplicative subset S of R, then one can localise R at S using a number of different constructions.
The PhD seminar is a weekly seminar held on Tuesday mornings, at 11am, for PhD students to talk about their thesis work or other projects.
(Continuation of talk from February 9)
I'll continue the introduction to cohomology with group cohomology and Galois cohomology.
We will study the category of modular representations of the special linear Lie algebra in positive characteristic; we focus on the case with a central Frobenius character given by a nilpotent whose Jordan type is a two-row partition.
Summer ASC students Louis Carlin and Mitchell Rowett will describe their experience developing mathematical libraries for Lean, a new interactive theorem prover.
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