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Sivakanth Gopi - Locally decodable codes and arithmetic progressions in random settings

(1) A set D of natural numbers is called t-intersective if every positive upper density subset A of natural numbers contains a (t+1)-length arithmetic progression (AP) whose common differences is in…

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Gabor Lugosi - Combinatorial Testing Problems

In these lectures we discuss some statistical problems with an interesting combinatorial structure behind. We start by reviewing the "hidden clique" problem, a simple prototypical example…

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Lutz Warnke - Large girth approximate Steiner triple systems

In 1973 Erdos asked whether there are n-vertex partial Steiner triple systems with arbitrary high girth and quadratically many triples. (Here girth is defined as the smallest integer g \ge 4 for…

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Sara van de Geer - Sharp Oracle Inequalities for Non-Convex Loss

There will be three lectures, which in principle will be independent units. Their common theme is exploiting sparsity in high-dimensional statistics. Sparsity means that the statistical model…

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Cryptography: From Ancient Times to a Post-Quantum Age - Jill C. Pipher

How is it possible to send encrypted information across an insecure channel (like the internet) so that only the intended recipient can decode it, without sharing the secret key in advance?In 1976,…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 23 views 0  

The Powers that Be: How Decisions from the Executive and Legislative Branches Impact F and J Visa Holders - Danielle Claffey

Attorney Danielle Claffey (Immigration Law) presents up-to-date information on current administration, with guidance to best support foreign national students in the Georgia Tech international…

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Modern Erdos Magic - Joel Spencer

Traditional Erdos Magic (a.k.a. The Probabilistic Method) proves the existence of an object with certain properties by showing that a random (appropriately defined) object will have those properties…

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Session J: Global Learning Center Room 222

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