Wednesday, June 28, 2006

FOCS 2006

So the FOCS paper list is out, and it appears that there are a number of very interesting (geometry) papers on the list. I'll have to wait till people start putting papers online to actually comment on them, but I'd say that even looking at geometry alone, there appear to some very interesting papers, on point location, the upper bound theorem, clustering and k-means, and algorithms for hyperbolic spaces.


1 comment:

  1. .., the upper bound theorem,..

    Wow, this sounds very geometric :)


    Posted by Anonymous


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