|Department(s)||Mathematics and Statistics|
|Building||Cass Science Hall 411|
Title: Associate Professor
Education: B.Sc. (Honours), Saint Mary's University (1992); M.Math, University of Waterloo (1993); Ph.D., Dalhousie University (1997)
Dr. Fitzpatrick, a graph theorist, uses points (vertices) connected by lines (edges) to model relationships focusing on pursuit games and searching graphs. She works to find the most efficient search techniques for particular classes of graphs. Graph theory has many applications; for example, it could explain how a computer virus is spread.
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