The ACO Seminar (2018–2019)
November 15, 3:30pm, Wean 8220
Beatrice-Helen Vritsiou, University of Alberta
Regular covering for non-symmetric convex bodies
Regular covering is a term in Asymptotic Convex Geometry describing an efficient way to cover a convex body by affine images of the ball. We use a convex-geometric argument to give an extension of Pisier's theorem on the existence of regular covering to the setting of non-symmetric convex bodies (albeit with worse quantitative conclusions).
Before the talk, at 3:10pm, there will be tea and cookies in Wean 6220.
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