Monthly Archives: June 2014

Graphs on napkins

Some people believe in the statement: “if it’s not recreate-able, it’s not true.” … I don’t.
But instead of having dozens of photos all labelled “incomprehensible (but surely important) scribblings with math symbols”, I’m converting them into casual expositions. The posts will be generally aimed at an upper-year undergraduate level and will be about various topics in algebraic graph theory, like cores of cubelike graphs, generalized quadrangles and association schemes.