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# Kinser Inequalities and Related Matroids

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posted on 2021-11-13, 11:17 authored by Cameron, AmandaKinser developed a hierarchy of inequalities dealing with the dimensions of certain spaces constructed from a given quantity of subspaces. These inequalities can be applied to the rank function of a matroid, a geometric object concerned with dependencies of subsets of a ground set. A matroid which is representable by a matrix with entries from some finite field must satisfy each of the Kinser inequalities. We provide results on the matroids which satisfy each inequality and the structure of the hierarchy of such matroids.

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2013-01-01## Date of Award

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Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington## Rights License

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Mathematics## Degree Grantor

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Masters## Degree Name

Master of Science## Victoria University of Wellington Item Type

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School of Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research## Advisors

Mayhew, Dillon## Usage metrics

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MatroidsRepresentabilityRank inequalitiesSchool: School of Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research010107 Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, Lattices and Universal AlgebraMarsden: 230101 Mathematical Logic, set Theory, Lattices and CombinatoricsDegree Discipline: MathematicsDegree Level: MastersDegree Name: Master of ScienceMathematical Logic, Set Theory, Lattices and Universal Algebra

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