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Generating graphs

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Let G be a 2-generated group. Recall that the generating graph Γ(G) is defined as follows: the vertices are the non-trivial elements of G with two vertices adjoined by an edge if the corresponding elements generate the group. This has been much studied in the case of G a finite simple group. In this talk we discuss a closely related graph introduced by the speaker.

This talk is part of the Algebra Seminar series.

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