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Title: Review of martingale theory, stochastic gradient descent, and adaptive linelinesearch for stochastic optimization.
Speaker: Courtney Paquette Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 5479Abstract: With the rise of large data sets, practical algorithms for machine learning often use probability and statistics.
Title: Controllable graphs
Speaker: Chris Godsil Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 6486Abstract: A graph is controllable if no eigenvector is orthogonal to the allones vector.
Title: Representable orientable matroids that are not realrepresentable
Speaker: Rutger Campbell Affiliation: University of Waterllo Room: MC 5417Abstract: In this talk we will have a brief introduction to oriented matroids and their relation to realrepresentability.
Title: Offline Assisted Group Key Exchange
Speaker: Gareth Davies Affiliation: Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Room: MC 5417Abstract:
This talk will focus on the problem of forward secrecy in group key exchange (GKE), where most of the participants remain offline until they wish to compute the key.
Title: Basis Shape Loci and the Positive Grassmannian
Speaker: Cameron Marcot Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 6483Abstract: We study the set of kdimensional planes in R^n admitting a basis of vectors with prescribed supports.
Title: Tutorial on backpropagation and automatic differentiation
Speaker: Steve Vavasis Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 5479Abstract: In this presentation, I'll cover the basics of automatic differentiation (AD).
Title: Graphs of Homomorphisms
Speaker: Chris Godsil Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 6486Abstract: If X and Y are graphs and f is a function on V (X) taking values in V (Y ), then the graph of
f is the subset formed by the pairs (x; f(x)) for x in V (X).
Title: Extending Thomassen’s Theorem to Two Faces
Speaker: Joshua Nevin Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 5417Abstract:
Let G be a planar graph and let L be a listassignment for G in which there is a precolored edge on the outer face, every other vertex on the outer face has a list of size at least 3, and every other vertex in G has a list of size at least 5.
Title: Primaldual and Lagrangian relaxation techniques for kmedian
Speaker: Madison Van Dyk Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 5479Abstract: We will develop primaldual algorithms to obtain constantfactor approximations for the uncapacitated facility location problem.
Title: New algorithms for maximum disjoint paths based on treelikeness
Speaker: Matthias Mnich Affiliation: University of Bonn Room: MC 5501Abstract:
We study the classical NPhard problems of finding maximumsize subsets from given sets of k terminal pairs that can be routed via edgedisjoint paths (MaxEDP) or nodedisjoint paths (MaxNDP) in a given graph.
Title: Maximum Independent Sets in ErdosKoRado Combinatorics
Speaker: Nathan Lindzey Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 6486Abstract: We discuss a general algebraic method for characterizing maximum independent sets in graphs that arise in ErdosKoRado combinatorics, provided the graphs are large enough.
Title: Some problems on the size Ramsey numbers
Speaker: Gholam Reza Omidi Affiliation: Isfahan University of Technology Room: MC 5417Abstract: For given simple graphs $G_1$ and $G_2$, the size Ramsey number $\hat{R}(G_1,G_2)$ is the smallest positive integer $m$,
Title:Local Search Guarantees on Facility Location Problems
Speaker: Zishen Qu Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 5479Abstract: We will show that guarantees can be given on algorithms for the kmedian problem based on local search heuristics.
Title: Vertex Minors
Speaker: Jim Geelen Affiliation: University of Waterloo Room: MC 5501Abstract:
I will give an introduction to vertexminors of graphs. At first sight vertex minors are a bit peculiar but they are closely related to graph minors and possibly even easier to work with.
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