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DESCRIPTION:Abstract: In a mass partition problem\, we wish to split fairl
y a family of measures in R^d according to some geometric constraints. For
example\, we may want to split R^d into two pieces using a single hyperpla
ne\, or into k convex pieces\, and want each piece to have the same size in
each given measure. Given a way to split R^d\, we are interested in the m
aximum number of measures we can always split fairly. In this talk\, we wi
ll describe how the use of topological properties of Stiefel manifolds allo
ws us to prove old and new results in the area\, simplifying significantly
the technical machinery needed to solve these problems.
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LOCATION:DM - Deuxieme Maison\, 409A
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SUMMARY:Mass partitions revisited using Stiefel manifolds with Pablo Sobero
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URL:https://calendar.fiu.edu/event/mass_partitions_revisited_using_stiefel_
manifolds_with_pablo_soberon
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