The random algebraic method is a means of constructing examples in extremal combinatorics with some of the best properties of both algebraic constructions and probabilistic ones. This method has seen a broad array of applications in recent years, some of which we will discuss in this talk.
This is a seminar of the Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia.
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