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강연자 Gunnar E. Carlsson
소속 Stanford University
date 2014-03-25

Homology is a method for assigning signatures to geometric objects which reects the presence of various kinds of features, such as connected components, loops, spheres, surfaces, etc. within the object. Persistent homology is a methodology devised over the last 10-15 years which extend the methods of homology to samples from geometric objects, or point clouds. We will discuss homology in its idealized form, as well as persistent homology, with examples.

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