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Combinatorial discrepancy and harmonic analysis

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Given a collection of finite subsets A_1,..., A_n of {1,... ,n }, a basic problem in combinatorial discrepancy theory is to find a colouring f of {1,...,n} with {+1,-1} so that the largest sum of f over x in A_i is as small as possible. I will discuss how the sort of combinatorial reasoning used to think about problems in combinatorial discrepancy can help us solve an old problem in the field of harmonic analysis. This talk is based on joint work with Balister, Bollobás, Morris and Tiba.

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https://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/83022685017?pwd=L1RQclI2dmIvL2RXeUNCblpuanlBUT09

Meeting ID: 830 2268 5017 Passcode: 101833

This talk is part of the Combinatorics and Probability Seminar series.

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