WMU Algebra Seminar
Spring 2014
Tuesdays, 2:00-2:50 p.m.
Alavi Commons Room
6th floor, Everett Tower

Upcoming on April 15:


Automorphisms of Linear Codes (part 6)

Jay Wood, WMU

Abstract. (This is a continuation of last week's talk.) There are two notions of code automorphism: monomial transformations that map a code to itself and linear isometries of a code to itself. In a number of situations these two notions coincide. In other situations they can be as different as possible. Over the course of several talks, I will provide necessary background material and explain the main results in this area.










Past Seminars:

Date
Speaker
Title
September 10
David Richter, WMU
Organizational meeting
September 17
Terrell Hodge, WMU
Pseudoknots and Networks in Molecular Biology:
Applications of Abstract Algebra and Topology I
September 24
Terrell Hodge, WMU
Pseudoknots and Networks in Molecular Biology:
Applications of Abstract Algebra and Topology II
October 1
Josh Tymkew, WMU
The upper bound conjecture for simplicial polytopes
October 8
Josh Tymkew, WMU
Shellability of polytopal complexes
October 15
James Schwass, WMU
The Topology of the Poset of p-Subgroups
October 22
James Schwass, WMU
The Topology of the Poset of p-Subgroups
November 12
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Ga-Actions and the Affine Cancellation Problem, part 1
November 19
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Ga-Actions and the Affine Cancellation, part b
December 3
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Ga-Actions and the Affine Cancellation III
January 28
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Cancellation for Curves, part I
February 4
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Cancellation for Curves, part II
February 11
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Cancellation for Curves, part III
February 18
Gene Freudenburg, WMU
Cancellation for Curves, part IV
February 25
David Richter, WMU
Introduction to GAP
March 11
Jay Wood, WMU
Automorphisms of Linear Codes
March 18
Jay Wood, WMU
Automorphisms of Linear Codes
March 25
Jay Wood, WMU
Automorphisms of Linear Codes
April 1
Jay Wood, WMU
Automorphisms of Linear Codes
April 1
Jay Wood, WMU
Automorphisms of Linear Codes


Please direct comments and/or questions to David A. Richter.



WMU Department of Mathematics