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 CSE 590z - Theory Seminar, Spring 2004
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    This seminar meets Fridays, 11:30am-12:20pm in EE1 045.
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590z this quarter will discuss approximations to cut problems, in addition to some off-topic talks by guests and in-house speakers.

Talk Schedule     

Day Speaker(s) Title
Apr 2 Dimitris Achlioptas Complexity in Random Structures: When, Where, and Why?
Apr 9 Atri Rudra
Apr 16 Tami Tamir
Apr 23 Matt Cary Introduction to Cut Problems (handout)
Apr 30 David Kempe Introduction to Combinatorial Self-Assembly
May 7 David Kempe Introduction to Combinatorial Self-Assembly (cont.)
May 14 Kamal Jain Polynomial Time Algorithms to Compute Market Equilibria
May 21 Ioannis Giotis
May 28 David Richardson
Jun 4 Neva Cherniavsky and Gidon Shavit


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