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Vendredi 24 juin ŗ 14h - NathanaŽl Fijalkow
Universal graphs for playing games
Connexion: https://webconf.u-bordeaux.fr/b/mar-ef4-zed

I will introduce the notion of universal graphs for playing games: they are similar in spirit to the usual notion, but parameterised by an additional condition, such as (for weighted graphs) "all cycles have non negative total weights". I will briefly show what are their applications (algorithms for model checking games), and then focus on the combinatorial questions: understanding the size of minimal universal graphs.

This talk will survey a number of more or less recent results jointly obtained with Thomas Colcombet, Pierre Ohlmann, and Paweł Gawrychowski.

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