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 CSE 590z - Theory Seminar, Autumn 2002
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    590z meets Tuesdays, 1:30-2:20pm in EE1 026.
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The plan for 590z this quarter is to intermix discussion of the new polynomial-time algorithm for primality by Agrawal et. al. and its context (including other work on primality and related problems) with talks by outside speakers.

Talk Schedule     

Day Speaker(s) Title
Oct 1 Kris Hildrum, U.C. Berkeley Distributed Object Location in a Dynamic Network
Oct 8 Erik Vee The Rabin-Miller primality algorithm
Oct 15 Ashish Sabharwal Primality and Identity Testing via Chinesse Remainering
Oct 22 Matt Cary Primes in P, Part I
Oct 22 Gidon Shavit Primes in P, Part II
Nov 12 Santosh Vempala, CMU
Nov 19 No seminar because of FOCS in Vancouver

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