Category Archives: Incidence Geometry

Expander Mixing Lemma in Finite Geometry

In this post I will discuss some nice applications of the expander mixing lemma in finite incidence geometry, including a new result that I have obtained recently. In many of the applications of the lemma in finite geometry, the graph is bipartite, and … Continue reading

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Incidence Bounds and Interlacing Eigenvalues

The Szemerédi–Trotter theorem is one of the central results in discrete geometry which gives us a (tight) bound on the number of incidences, i.e., the number of point-line pairs with the point lying on the line, between finite sets of points and lines … Continue reading

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Generalized hexagons containing a subhexagon

I have recently uploaded a joint paper with Bart, “On generalized hexagons of order and containing a subhexagon”,on arXiv and submitted it for publication. In this work we extend the results of my first paper, which I discussed here, by proving the following: … Continue reading

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