Lunch Lecture: The card game SET and extremal combinatorics
SET is a wonderful, combinatorial card game. It was invented in 1974 by Marsha Falco as she was teaching genetics via symbols on cards. Apart from being a fun game to play, SET connects to more serious mathematics with applications in combinatorics and computer science. Here, we will give a glimpse of the rich combinatorics behind the game and its relation to recent research on the cap set problem.
If you are not yet familiar with SET, you can play it online: https://smart-games.org/en/set
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