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Ulrik Brandes, Lowell Trott, Till Bruckdorfer, and Marco Di Bartolomeo
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 1 - Session 211:10 – 12:30 Session 2 Topics ByM. Klimenta and U. Brandes M. J. Bannister, D. Eppstein, M. T. Goodrich, and L. Trott T. Bruckdorfer, S. Cornelsen, C. Gutwenger, M. Kaufmann, F. Montecchiani, M. Nöllenburg, and A. Wolff P. Angelini, M. Di Bartolomeo, and G. Di Battista 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
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Date: 19 September 2012
Duration: 01:22:32
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Karsten Klein, Martin Gronemann, Soroush Alamdari, Emilio Di Giacomo, and Emden Gansner
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 1 - Session 315:30 – 17:10 Session 3 Chair: Stephen G. KobourovTopics By:K. Klein and M. ChimaniM. Gronemann and M. JüngerS. Alamdari and T. BiedlE. Di Giacomo, G. Liotta, and H. MeijerE. R. Gansner, Y. Hu, and S. North
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Date: 19 September 2012
Duration: 01:38:00
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Benjamin Bach, Andrew Suk, Gabor Tardos, and Eric Fusy
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 3  - Session 44:00 – 5:20 Session 10Session 10 – Chair: Marc J. van KreveldTopics ByB. Bach, A. Spritzer, E. Lutton, and J.-D. FeketeA. SukNivasch, J. Pach, and G. TardosG.L. Castelli Aleardi, O. Devillers, and É. Fusy
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Date: 21 September 2012
Duration: 01:24:50
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Christopher Auer, Martin Balko, Kathrin Hanauer, Seok-Hee Hong, and Andres J. Ruiz-Vargas
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 3  - Session 32:00 – 3:30 Session 9Chair: Emden R. GansnerTopics ByChristopher Auer, Christian Bachmaier, Franz J. Brandenburg, Andreas Gleißner, and Josef ReislhuberMartin BalkoKathrin Hanauer, Franz J. Brandenburg, David Eppstein, Andreas Gleißner, Michael T. Goodrich, and Josef ReislhuberSeok-Hee Hong, Peter Eades, Naoki Katoh, Giuseppe Liotta, Pascal Schweitzer, and Yusuke SuzukiAndreas Ruiz-Vargas12:20 – 2:00 Lunch
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Date: 21 September 2012
Duration: 01:29:46
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Till Tantau, Rahnuma Islam Nishat, William Lenhart, and Csaba Toth
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 3  - Session 211:00 – 12:20 Session 8Chair: Michael KaufmannTopics ByT. TantauF. Frati, M. Glisse, W. Lenhart, G. Liotta, T. Mchedlidze, and R. I. NishatA. Dumitrescu and C. Tóth12:20 – 2:00 Lunch
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Date: 21 September 2012
Duration: 01:20:38
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Andreas Gemsa, Robert Zeranski, Soroush Alamdari, Marc van Kreveld, and Kevin Verbeek
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 3  - Session 19:00 – 10:30 Session 7Chair: Michael KaufmannTopics ByG. Betz, C. Doll, A. Gemsa, I. Rutter, and D. WagnerM. Chimani, and R. ZeranskiS. Alamdari, T. M. Chan, E. Grant, A. Lubiw, and V. PathakS. Bies and M. J. van KreveldK. Verbeek10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
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Date: 21 September 2012
Duration: 01:30:56
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Ioannis Tollis, Fabrizio Frati, Debajyoti Mondal, Muhammad Jawaherul Alam, and Roman Prutkin
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 2  - Session - 33:30PM – 5:10PM Session 6Chair: David EppsteinTopics By:E. M. Kornaropoulos and I. G. TollisD. Bremner, W. Evans, F. Frati, L. Heyer, S. G. Kobourov, W. Lenhart, G. Liotta, D. Rappaport, and S. WhitesidesS. G. Kobourov, D. Mondal, and R. I. NishatMd. J. Alam and S. G. KobourovM. Nöllenburg, R. Prutkin, and I. Rutter
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Date: 20 September 2012
Duration: 01:45:26
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Prosenjit K. Bose
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 2  - Invited Talk: Flips2:00 – 3:00 Invited TalkChair: Anna LubiwSpeaker: Prosenjit K. Bose
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Date: 20 September 2012
Duration: 01:01:12
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Marcus Schaefer, Daniel Archambault, Steven Chaplick, and Chris Muelder
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 2  - Session 211:10 – 12:30 Session 5Chair: Nathalie Henry RicheTopics by:M. SchaeferD. Archambault and H. PurchaseS. Chaplick and T. UeckerdtA. Sallaberry, C. Muelder, and K.-L. Ma,12:30 – 2:00 Lunch
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Date: 20 September 2012
Duration: 01:19:37
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
David Eppstein, Martin Nöllenburg, Michael Bekos, Michael Kaufmann, and Martin Fink
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 2  - Session 18:50 – 9:00 Opening 9:00 – 10:40 Session 4Chair: Daniel ArchambaultSpeakers:D.EppseinH. Purchase, J. Hamer, M. Nöllenburg, and S. G. KobourovM. A. Bekos and C. RaftopoulouM. A. Bekos, S. G. Kobourov, M. Kaufmann,and A. SymvonisM. Fink, H. Haverkort, M. Nöllenburg, M. Roberts,J. Schuhmann, and A. Wolff10:40 – 11:10 Coffee break
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Date: 20 September 2012
Duration: 01:45:52
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Ben Shneiderman and Cody Dunne
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 1 - Invited Talk Ben Shneiderman14:00 – 15:00-Invited Talk Chair: Ioannis G. Tollis Ben Shneiderman (University of Maryland) - Joint work with Cody Dunne 15:00 – 15:30Coffee break
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Date: 19 September 2012
Duration: 01:01:04
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Adam Sheffer, Joe Fowler, Thomas Blasius, and Quan Nguyen
Graph Drawing 2012 Day 1 - Session 18:50 – 9:00 Opening 9:00 – 10:40 Session 1 Chair: Alexander Wolff Topics By:M. Sharir and A. Sheffer J. J. Fowler and S. G. Kobourov T. Bläsius and I. Rutter Q. Nguyen, P. Eades, and S.-H. Hong M. T. Goodrich, O. Ohrimenko, and R. Tamassia 10:40 – 11:10 Coffee break
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Date: 19 September 2012
Duration: 01:16:45
Collection: Graph Drawing 2012
Volker Markl, Kostas Tzoumas, and Stephan Ewen
Overview of “Big Data” Research at TU BerlinIntro - By Volker MarklPart 1 - Query Optimization with MapReduce Functions, Kostas TzoumasAbstract: Many systems for big data analytics employ a data flow programming abstraction to define parallel data processing tasks. In this setting, custom operations expressed as user-defined functions are very common. We address the problem of performing data flow optimization at this level of abstraction, where the semantics of operators are not known. Traditionally, query optimization is applied to queries with...
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Date: 1 October 2012
Duration: 01:07:45
Collection: MSR Talk Series
John Hopcroft's Keynote Speech on the 14th Computing in the 21st Century Conference co-hosted by Microsoft Research Asia, Nankai University and Tianjin University on October 25, 2012. John Hopcrft:IBM Professor of Engineering and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science Department, Cornell University|1986 Turing Award RecipientAbstract:Computer science is undergoing a fundamental change. Over the last 40 years the field was concerned with making computers useful. Focus was on programming languages, compilers,...
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Date: 25 October 2012
Duration: 00:39:47
Publisher: Microsoft
Anita de Waard
Supporting Sensemaking in ScienceScientists collect data, and write stories about what the data tells them. I am interested in supporting the process of sharing data and stories about data, utilizing technology, to improve and accelerate science itself. In my talk, I will cover three facets of scientific sensemaking: first, I’ll describe a model for discourse analysis of biological text; then, I’ll discuss some recent work on representing of collections of papers as claim-evidence networks, and lastly, I will propose the creation of...
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Date: 24 January 2013
Duration: 01:21:11
Collection: MSR Talk Series
Abraham Neyman
The 2012 Nobel Prize in EconomicsThe 2012 Nobel Prize in economics was awarded to Alvin E. Roth and Lloyd S. Shapley for the theory of stable allocations and the practice of market design. This theory concerns a central economic problem: how to match different agents or redistributed individual owned objects as well as possible. For example, students have to be matched with schools, and donated human organs with patients in need of a transplant. How can such matching be accomplished as efficiently as possible? What methods are beneficial...
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Date: 19 February 2013
Duration: 00:52:11
Collection: MSR Talk Series
Alexander Szalay, Phil Bernstein, Nigel Sharp, and Daniel Katz
AstroInformatics 2012: Day 1 Session 4Trends in Computing:3:00 - 3:30 Keynoyte: The Genealogy of the SkyServer: from Galaxies to Genes [A. Szalay]3:30 - 4:00 Keynoyte: Next Generation Databases [P. Bernstein]4:00 - 4:20 A View from the NSF [N. Sharp, D. Katz]4:20 - 5:00 Panel-led Discussion: From Virtual Observatory to Astroinformatics
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Date: 10 September 2012
Duration: 02:15:44
Collection: AstroInformatics 2012
Joel Brandt
Programmers and the Web: Understanding and Supporting Developers’ Use of Online ResourcesCan you write code without an Internet connection? The ready availability of online tutorials, forums, and source code examples has fundamentally changed programming practices. Understanding and supporting these emerging practices is vital to building the next generation of development environments.This talk first presents our empirical work investigating how programmers use the Web. We studied 20 individuals in the lab and over 24,000 individuals through search log analysis. We found that Web usage was...
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Date: 8 October 2009
Duration: 01:03:33
Seth Copen Goldstein
Towards Programmable MatterThe claytronics project is working on realizing programmable matter.Programmable matter is any substance which can be programmed to effect a change in one or more of its physical characteristics. In claytronics, the substance is a collection of individual units, each of which can sense, compute, communicate, and actuate. The long range goal for claytronics is for the collection to behave as a coherent mass and mimic, with high-fidelity and in 3-dimensional solid form, the look, feel, and motion of...
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Date: 31 July 2008
Duration: 00:55:58
Sergey Fomin
Total positivity and cluster algebrasThis will be a swift and informal introduction to cluster algebras, with hints on their applications to canonical bases and Teichmuller theory. Total positivity serves as the main motivation.
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Date: 15 October 2010
Duration: 01:08:40
Ashraf Aboulnaga
High Availability for Database Systems in Cloud Computing EnvironmentsMaintaining availability in the face of hardware failures is an important goal for any database system. Users have come to expect 24x7 availability even for simple non-critical applications, and businesses can suffer costly and embarrassing disruptions when hardware fails. Many database systems are designed to continue serving user requests with little or no disruption even when hardware fails. However, this high availability comes at a high cost in terms of complex code in the database system, complex...
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Date: 15 November 2011
Duration: 01:19:46
Collection: MSR Talk Series
Rob Fatland and Shoshanna Budzianowski
IOOS/NANOOS Event8:30 to 10:30New CollaborationsAt this meeting Microsoft Research will present details of projects they are undertaking which have relevance to the Integrated Ocean Observing System. This will include a summary of their recent work on the development of ‘Eye on Earth’ (http://watch.eyeonearth.org); a portal for public delivery of environmental data and the incorporation of data from citizen observing networks. The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss and develop new ideas for distribution and...
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Date: 3 February 2012
Duration: 01:35:21
Zhiyi Huang
The Exponential Mechanism for Social Welfare: Private, Truthful, and Nearly OptimalIn this work we show that for any mechanism design problem with the objective of maximizing social welfare, the exponential mechanism can be implemented as a truthful mechanism while still preserving differential privacy. Our instantiation of the exponential mechanism can be interpreted as a generalization of the VCG mechanism in the sense that the VCG mechanism is the extreme case when the privacy parameter goes to infinity. To our knowledge, this is the first general tool for designing mechanisms that are...
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Date: 26 July 2012
Duration: 01:04:13
Collection: MSR Talk Series
Dennis Gannon, Mark Stalzer, Ian Foster, and Alexander Szalay
AstroInformatics 2012: Day 1 Session 3Trends in Computing:1:00 - 1:30 Keynoyte: Cloud Computing and Scientific Data Analytics Challenges [D. Gannon]1:30 - 2:00 Keynoyte: Hardware Trends [M. Stalzer]2:00 - 2:30 Panel-led Discussion: Computing Trends
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Date: 10 September 2012
Duration: 01:23:36
Collection: AstroInformatics 2012
Tucker Taft
ParaSail: A Pointer-Free Path to Object-Oriented Parallel ProgrammingPointers are ubiquitous in modern object-oriented programming languages, and many data structures such as trees, lists, graphs, hash tables, etc. depend on them heavily. Unfortunately, pointers can add significant complexity to programming. Pointers can make storage management more complex, pointers can make assignment and equality semantics more complex, pointers can increase the ways two different names (access paths) can designate the same object, pointers can make program analysis and proof more...
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Date: 20 September 2012
Duration: 00:57:06
Collection: MSR Talk Series
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