Optimal Colorful Tverberg’s Theorem by Blagojecic, Matschke, and Ziegler

Pavle Blagojevic, Benjamin Matschke, and Guenter Ziegler settled  the “colorful Tverberg’s conjecture.” (Problem 6  in this post.) This gives a sharp version for Zivaljevic and Vrecica theorem, and crossed the “connectivity of chessboard complexes barrier”.  Here is the link to the breakthrough paper.

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3 Responses to Optimal Colorful Tverberg’s Theorem by Blagojecic, Matschke, and Ziegler

  1. Gil says:

    I think this is already a follow-up paper with further results

  2. Pingback: Seven Problems Around Tverberg’s Theorem | Combinatorics and more

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