Mathematics and Physics Seminar Series
AnnouncingAnnouncing
A Seminar Presentation
on Thursday
October 19, 2017
at 3:00 pm in
North Hall 102
at The University of New Haven
Matrix Braids
Joseph kolibal
Department of Mathematics and Physics
The University of New Haven
Abstract: Braiding matrices arise as a subtopic of the the Yang-
Baxter equation, which has been studied extensively due to appli-
cation in numerous fields of mathematics and physics. We connect
these to a simplified matrix representation and focus on obtaining so-
lutions to matrix braids by considering special matrices where solu-
tions are more easily found. Finally, we suggest a fixed point iteration
algorithm to determine the braid complement of a given matrix, if it
exists.
Fur ther Information
For further information, please contact Dr. Yasanthi Kottegoda at the Department of Math-
ematics and Physics, Office: Maxcy 315, 203-932-1206, YKottegoda@newhaven.edu.