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- Analysis of Boolean Functions – week 4
- Polymath 8 – a Success!
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Ryan O’Donnell has begun writing a book about Fourier analysis of Boolean functions and he serializes it on a blog entiled Analysis of Boolean Function. New sections appear on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Besides covering the basic theory, Ryan intends to describe applications … Continue reading
Alexander Chervov asked over Mathoverflow about Noteworthy results in and around 2010 and some interesting results were offered in the answers. If you would like to mention additional results you can comment on them here. The only requirement is to … Continue reading
This post follows a recent paper On sunflowers and matrix multiplication by Noga Alon, Amir Spilka, and Christopher Umens (ASU11) which rely on an earlier paper Group-theoretic algorithms for matrix multiplication, by Henry Cohn, Robert Kleinberg, Balasz Szegedy, and Christopher Umans (CKSU05), … Continue reading
Michael Ben Or told me about the following great paper Linear vs. Semidefinite Extended Formulations: Exponential Separation and Strong Lower Bounds by Samuel Fiorini, Serge Massar, Sebastian Pokutta, Hans Raj Tiwary and Ronald de Wolf. The paper solves an old conjecture … Continue reading