Tag Archives: Imre Barany

Imre Bárány: Limit shape

Limit shapes are fascinating objects in the interface between probability and geometry and between the discrete and the continuous. This post is kindly contributed by Imre Bárány. What is a limit shape? There are finitely many convex lattice polygons contained … Continue reading

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Problems for Imre Bárány’s Birthday!

  On June 18-23 2017 we will celebrate in Budapest the 70th birthday of Imre Bárány. Here is the webpage of the conference. For the occasion I wrote a short paper with problems in discrete geometry, mainly around Helly’s and … Continue reading

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