Michael Cohen Memorial Symposium

source: Simons Institute       2017年11月27日
Michael Cohen tragically passed away at the beginning of the Fall 2017 semester in Berkeley. He was a brilliant mathematician and a rising star in theoretical computer science. In this mini-symposium, some of his co-authors will present a sample of his impressive contributions.
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These presentations were supported in part by an award from the Simons Foundation.

28:00 Welcome and Bird's Eye View of Michael's Work/Uniform Sampling and Inverse Maintenance
2  34:43 Michael Cohen and High-dimensional Probability
34:20 Michael Cohen and Self-concordant Barriers over L_p Balls
39:37 Michael Cohen and Oblivious Routing
31:25 Preconditioning in Expectation
29:22 Michael Cohen and Directed Laplacians

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