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Theory Seminar: The finite field Kakeya conjecture
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Zeev Dvir (Weizmann Institute)
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Sunday, 8.6.2008, 11:30
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Room 337-8 Taub Bld.
A Kakeya set in F^n, where F is a finite field, is a set containing a line in every direction. The finite field Kakeya conjecture states that the size of such sets is bounded from below by C_n*|F|^n, where C_n depends only on the dimension n. I will talk about the recent proof of this conjecture and its connection to problems in theoretical computer science.
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