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Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Zeta and L-functions of Graphs

6th March 2007

Author: Harold Stark (San Diego)

Abstract

Zeta functions of regular graphs are closely connected with the adjacency matrices of regular graphs with knowledge of the one immediately giving knowledge of the other. For irregular graphs, although there is a relationship, going back and forth is less easy. In this talk we will explore the various types of zeta functions and give examples of their uses.