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Lecturer Gunnar E. Carlsson
Dept. Stanford University
date Mar 25, 2014

Persistent homology produces invariants which take the form of barcodes, or nite collections of intervals. There are various structures one can imposed on them to yield a useful organization of the space of all barcodes. In addition, there are generalized forms of persistence, including multidimensional persistence and zig-zag persistence. We will discuss all these aspects of the theory.

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