Theory Seminar

What gaussian processes can do for you: applications of probability and geometry in theoretical computer science

Mary Wootters

Friday, April 19, 2013
10:00am - 11:00am
411 West Hall

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About the Event

In this expository talk, I'll give an introduction to gaussian processes and how they can be useful in theoretical computer science. In addition to discussing how to use this toolkit, I will highlight some recent applications in TCS, including results in compressed sensing, coding theory, and graph theory.

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Sponsor(s): EECS

Open to: Public