ICS Theory Group

ICS 269, Spring 1997: Theory Seminar

The theory group meets Fridays at 1:00 in the CS 432/438 conference room.
This quarter's schedule:

4 Apr: David Eppstein: Parametric minimum spanning trees and constructive solid geometry
11 Apr: Tandy Warnow: Constructing big trees from short sequences
18 Apr: Jonathan Martin: Learning classifications via generalized linear models
25 Apr: Mac Casale: Data structures for non-manifold topological representations
2 May: Brad Hutchings: Non-isomorphic graph generation
9 May: Steve Seiden: Final public oral: Randomization in Online Computation
16 May: Sandy Irani: Report from STOC '97
23 May: Vitus Leung: Final public oral (in CS2 building, room 144)
30 May: Dan Halem: Using random sampling to find maximum flows
6 Jun: John Noga: LRU is better than FIFO

Other theory-related events this quarter:

28 Apr: Submission deadline for 38th IEEE Symp. Found. of Comp. Sci. (FOCS '97), Miami Beach
28 Apr: Submission deadline for 9th Canad. Conf. Comp. Geom. (CCCG '97), Kingston, Ontario
4-6 May: 29th ACM Symp. Theory of Computing (STOC '97), El Paso
11-14 May: DIMACS Worksh. Probabilistic Analysis of Algorithms, Princeton
20-22 May: 5th Twente Worksh. Graphs and Combinatorics, Twente, The Netherlands
30 May: Submission deadline for Graph Drawing '97, Rome
30 May: Submission deadline for 8th Int. Symp. Algorithms & Computation (ISAAC '97), Singapore
13 Jun: Submission deadline for 6th Int. Meshing Roundtable, Park City, Utah

Other quarters' theory seminars

David Eppstein, Theory Group, Dept. Information & Computer Science, UC Irvine.