Pallavi Dani, Louisiana State University
Filling invariants at infinity
The k-dimensional isoperimetric function of a space captures the
difficulty of filling k-spheres with (k+1)-balls in the space.
Once one understands the isoperimetric functions of a space, it is
interesting to study how they change when an obstruction is
introduced. In this spirit, Brady and Farb introduced the notion of
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