The 3rd Annual Mysore Park workshop in Theoretical Computer Science will be held from August 10-12, 2012 at the Mysore Infosys campus.
The Mysore Park Workshop series is a forum to promote research discussion in Computer Science and Engineering in India, through workshops on contemporary topics modeled after the Dagstuhl Workshop series. These workshops are envisioned to invite leading researchers from various related disciplines to promote cross-fertilization of ideas, and inter-disciplinary research. There is particular emphasis on the overall quality of discussion. To keep quality high, participation is limited to experts from academia and industry. A significant attempt is made to disseminate the discussion inside India by inviting PhD students, young researchers and practitioners from India. For more details, go to the Mysore Park Workshop homepage.
Theme of this workshop
The focus of the annual Mysore Park workshop series in Theoretical Computer Science is to cover the recend trends in algorithms and complexity. The themes that will be covered in this year's workshop include semidefinite programming hierarchies, algorithmic game theory, polynomial identity testing, and property testing. We shall cover one/two technique(s) (could be a mathematical technique, an algorithm, an idea, or a perspective) and its applications on each of the 3 days. Typically, this will be done through a tutorial followed by small talks.
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