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Vesna Iršič’s “The recent developments in the area of domination games”

Wednesday, Apr 10th @ 3:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Free

Join us on Wednesday, April 10th at 3:30 pm for Vesna Iršič’s talk “The Recent Developments in the Area of Domination Games” in Student Commons 4017.


Speaker: Vesna Iršič, University of Ljubljana

Title: The recent developments in the area of domination games

Abstract: The domination game was introduced in 2010 by Brešar, Klavžar and Rall, and has been an active area of research ever since. In this competitive optimization game, two players with conflicting goals take turns to dominate vertices of a graph. One player, Dominator, tries to minimize the size of the resulting dominating set, while the other, Staller, is aiming to maximize its size. Several variations of the game have also been introduced and studied extensively. In this talk we present a general overview of the area with the focus on some recent results