


WeylMinkowski's theorem proved using Fourier Motzkin elimination and Polarity of cones.


WeylMinkowski's theorem proved using Fourier Motzkin elimination and Polarity of cones.


FourierMotzkin applied to Farkas lemma and duality










This is the second section of the course MAT 168, we explain how solvers work. We cover topics such as Branch and bound, cutting planes, heuristics, and computational complexity.


05/12 presentation by Venkat Chandrasekaran (Caltech)Title: Fitting Convex Sets to DataAbstract: A number of problems in signal processing may be viewed conceptually as fitting a convex set to data.…


Reflections on 18 Years of Independence (since May 20, 2002): Covid19; Challenges in the Right to Education in Timor Leste (East Timor); RuralUrban Inequalities.


Talk by Sam Hopkins (UC Berkeley) Title: From Proofs to Algorithms for HighDimensional Statistics Abstract: I will discuss a novel technique, "Proofs to Algorithms," for designing and…


Name: G. Donald Chakerian Interviewer: Sherman Stein Date Interviewed: 2/23/2006 Date Appointed: 1963 Date Retired: 1994 Department: Mathematics In this conversation Emeritus Professor Donald…
