### List of Accepted Papers

Below are a list of the accepted papers to STOC 2010, including their authors. This list is preliminary and subject to change.

- Budget Constrained Auctions with Heterogeneous Items

Sayan Bhattacharya (Duke), Gagan Goel (Georgia Tech), Sreenivas Gollapudi (Microsoft Research) and Kamesh Munagala (Duke) - On the Structure of Cubic and Quartic Polynomials

Elad Haramaty and Amir Shpilka (Technion) -
BQP and the Polynomial Hierarchy

Scott Aaronson (MIT) -
Sorting under Partial Information (without the Ellipsoid Algorithm)

Jean Cardinal (ULB), Samuel Fiorini (ULB), Gwenaël Joret (ULB), Raphaël Jungers (MIT) and J. Ian Munro (University of Waterloo) -
Approximation Schemes for Steiner Forest on Planar Graphs and Graphs of Bounded Treewidth

MohammadHossein Bateni (Princeton University), MohammadTaghi Hajiaghayi (AT&T Labs -- Research) and Dániel Marx (Tel Aviv University) -
Extensions and Limits to Vertex Sparsification

Tom Leighton (MIT and Akamai Technologies, Inc) and Ankur Moitra (MIT) -
Efficiently Learning Mixtures of Two Gaussians

Adam Tauman Kalai (Microsoft), Ankur Moitra (MIT), and Gregory Valiant (UC Berkeley) -
Oblivious RAMs without Cryptographic Assumptions

Miklos Ajtai (IBM Almaden Research Center) -
The HOM problem is decidable

Guillem Godoy, Omer Giménez, Lander Ramos and Carme Àlvarez (Universitat Polit`ecnica de Catalunya) -
Deterministic identity testing of depth-4 multilinear circuits with bounded top fan-in

Zohar S. Karnin and Partha Mukhopadhyay and Amir Shpilka and Ilya Volkovich (Technion) -
Improved Algorithms for Computing Fisher's Market Clearing Prices

James B. Orlin (MIT) -
Optimal Bounds for Sign-Representing the Intersection of Two Halfspaces by Polynomials

Alexander A. Sherstov (Microsoft Research) -
QIP = PSPACE

Rahul Jain (National University of Singapore), Zhengfeng Ji (Perimeter Institute), Sarvagya Upadhyay (University of Waterloo) and John Watrous (University of Waterloo) -
Augmenting undirected node-connectivity by one

Laszlo A. Vegh (MTA-ELTE Egervary Research Group and Department of Operations Research, Eotvos University) -
Solving Polynomial Equations in Smoothed Polynomial Time and a Near Solution to Smale's 17th Problem

Peter Buergisser (University of Paderborn) and Felipe Cucker (City University of Hong Kong) -
Matroid Matching: the Power of Local Search

Jon Lee (IBM TJ Watson Research Center), Maxim Sviridenko (IBM TJ Watson Research Center) and Jan Vondrak (IBM Almaden Research Center) -
Tensor-Rank and Lower Bounds for Arithmetic Formulas

Ran Raz (Weizmann Institute) -
Towards Polynomial Lower Bounds for Dynamic Problems

Mihai Patrascu (AT&T Labs) -
Improving Exhaustive Search Implies Superpolynomial Lower Bounds

Ryan Williams (IBM Almaden Research Center) -
An Optimal Ancestry Scheme and Small Universal Posets

Pierre Fraigniaud and Amos Korman (CNRS and Univ. Paris Diderot) -
Tractable hypergraph properties for constraint satisfaction and conjunctive queries

Dániel Marx (Tel Aviv University) -
On the searchability of small-world networks with arbitrary underlying structure

Pierre Fraigniaud (CNRS and Univ. Paris Diderot) and George Giakkoupis (Univ. Paris Diderot) -
Satisfiability Allows No Nontrivial Sparsification Unless The Polynomial-Time Hierarchy Collapses

Holger Dell (Humboldt University of Berlin) and Dieter van Melkebeek (University of Wisconsin-Madison) -
A shorter proof of the Graph Minor Algorithm - The Unique Linkage Theorem -

Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi (National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo) and Paul Wollan (University of Rome, La Sapienza) -
Pseudorandom Generators for Polynomial Threshold Functions

Raghu Meka and David Zuckerman (University of Texas at Austin) -
How to Compress Interactive Communication

Boaz Barak (Princeton University), Mark Braverman (Microsoft Research New England), Xi Chen (University of Southern California) and Anup Rao (University of Washington) -
Zero-One Frequency Laws

Vladimir Braverman and Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) -
The maximum multiflow problems with bounded fractionality

Hiroshi Hirai (Reseach Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University) -
Measuring Independence of Datasets

Vladimir Braverman and Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) -
On the Geometry of Differential Privacy

Moritz Hardt (Princeton University) and Kunal Talwar (Microsoft Research) -
An Invariance Principle For Polytopes

Prahladh Harsha (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research), Adam Klivans (UT-Austin) and Raghu Meka (UT-Austin) -
Perfect Matchings in O(n log n) Time in Regular Bipartite Graphs

Ashish Goel (Stanford University and Twitter), Michael Kapralov (Stanford University) and Sanjeev Khanna (University of Pennsylvania) -
A Quantum Lovasz Local Lemma

Andris Ambainis (University of Latvia), Julia Kempe (Tel Aviv University) and Or Sattath (Hebrew University and Tel Aviv University) -
Bayesian Algorithmic Mechanism Design

Jason D. Hartline (Northwestern University) and Brendan Lucier (University of Toronto) -
A Strong Direct Product Theorem for Disjointness

Hartmut Klauck (Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore) -
Recognizing well-parenthesized expressions in the streaming model

Frederic Magniez (LRI, Univ. Paris-Sud, CNRS), Claire Mathieu (Brown University) and Ashwin Nayak (U. Waterloo and Perimeter Institute) -
Conditional Hardness of Precedence Constrained Scheduling on Identical Machines

Ola Svensson (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) -
An Improved LP-based Approximation for Steiner Tree

Jaroslaw Byrka (EPFL, Lausanne), Fabrizio Grandoni (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata), Thomas Rothvoss (EPFL, Lausanne) and Laura Sanita (EPFL, Lausanne) -
On the Complexity of #CSP

Martin Dyer and David Richerby (University of Leeds) -
Approximate Sparse Recovery: Optimizing Time and Measurements

Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan) Yi Li (University of Michigan), Ely Porat (Bar Ilan University) and Martin Strauss (University of Michigan) -
On the Hardness of the Noncommutative Determinant

Vikraman Arvind and Srikanth Srinivasan (Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai) -
A Deterministic Single Exponential Time Algorithm for Most Lattice Problems based on Voronoi Cell Computations

Daniele Micciancio and Panagiotis Voulgaris (UCSD) -
Combinatorial approach to the interpolation method and scaling limits in sparse random graphs

Mohsen Bayati (Stanford), David Gamarnik (MIT) and Prasad Tetali (Georgia Institute of Technology) -
Weighted Geometric Set Cover via Quasi-Uniform Sampling

Kasturi Varadarajan (University of Iowa) -
Complexity Theory for Operators in Analysis

Akitoshi Kawamura and Stephen Cook (University of Toronto) -
Odd Cycle Packing

Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi (National Institute of Informatics, Japan) and Bruce Reed (McGill University and Projet MASCOTTE) -
The Median Mechanism: Interactive and Efficient Privacy with Multiple Queries

Aaron Roth (CMU) and Tim Roughgarden (Stanford) -
On the Round Complexity of Covert Computation

Vipul Goyal (MSR India) and Abhishek Jain (UCLA) -
Public-Key Cryptography from Different Assumptions

Benny Applebaum (Weizmann Institute of Science), Boaz Barak (Princeton University) and Avi Wigderson (Institute for Advanced Study) -
On the List-Decodability of Random Linear Codes

Venkatesan Guruswami (Carnegie Mellon University), Johan Håstad (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology) and Swastik Kopparty (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) -
Hardness Amplification in Proof Complexity

Paul Beame (University of Washington), Trinh Huynh (University of Washington) and Toniann Pitassi (University of Toronto) -
Non-commutative circuits and the sum-of-squares problem

Pavel Hrubes (Princeton University), Avi Wigderson (Institute for Advanced Study) and Amir Yehudayoff (Institute for Advanced Study) -
Faster approximation schemes for fractional multicommodity flow problems via dynamic graph algorithms

Aleksander Madry (MIT) -
Efficiency Improvements in Constructing Pseudorandom Generators from One-Way Functions

Iftach Haitner (Microsoft Research New England), Omer Reingold (Microsoft Research Silicon Valley and Weizmann Institute of Science) and Salil Vadhan (Harvard University) -
Load balancing and orientability thresholds for random hypergraphs

Pu Gao and Nicholas Wormald (University of Waterloo) -
Bounding the average sensitivity and noise sensitivity of polynomial threshold functions

Ilias Diakonikolas (Columbia University), Prahladh Harsha (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research), Adam R. Klivans (University of Texas), Raghu Meka (University of Texas), Prasad Raghavendra (Microsoft Research New England), Rocco A. Servedio (Columbia University) and Li-Yang Tan (Columbia University) -
Graph Expansion and the Unique Games Conjecture

Prasad Raghavendra (Microsoft Research New England) and David Steurer (Princeton University) -
Approximations for the Isoperimetric and Spectral Profile of Graphs and Related Parameters

Prasad Raghavendra (Microsoft Research New England), David Steurer (Princeton University) and Prasad Tetali (Georgia Tech) -
Detecting High Log-Densities -- an $O(n^{1/4})$ Approximation for Densest $k$-Subgraph

Aditya Bhaskara (Princeton University), Moses Charikar (Princeton University), Eden Chlamtac (Weizmann Institute of Science), Uriel Feige (Weizmann Institute of Science) and Aravindan Vijayaraghavan (Princeton University) -
Near-optimal extractors against quantum storage

Anindya De and Thomas Vidick (UC Berkeley) -
On the Complexity of Circuit Satisfiability

Ramamohan Paturi (University of California, San Diego) and Pavel Pudl\'ak (Mathematical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences) -
Connectivity Oracles for Failure Prone Graphs

Seth Pettie and Ran Duan (University of Michigan) -
Multi-parameter mechanism design and sequential posted pricing

Shuchi Chawla (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Jason Hartline (Northwestern University), David Malec (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Balasubramanian Sivan (University of Wisconsin-Madison) -
Subgraph Sparsification and Nearly Optimal Ultrasparsifiers

Alexandra Kolla (Institute for Advanced Study), Yury Makarychev (Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago), Amin Saberi (Stanford University) and Shang-Hua Teng (University of Southern California) -
Bilipschitz snowflakes, metrics of negative type, and PSD flows

James R. Lee and Mohammad Moharrami (University of Washington) -
The Limits of Buffering: A Tight Lower Bound for Dynamic Membership in the External Memory Model

Elad Verbin (ITCS, Tsinghua University) and Qin Zhang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) -
Optimal Homologous Cycles, Total Unimodularity, and Linear Programming

Tamal K. Dey (Ohio State University), Anil N. Hirani (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Bala Krishnamoorthy (Washington State University) -
Distributed Computation in Dynamic Networks

Fabian Kuhn (University of Lugano), Nancy Lynch (MIT) and Rotem Oshman (MIT) -
A Full Characterization of Quantum Advice

Scott Aaronson and Andrew Drucker (MIT) -
Maintaining a Large Matching or a Small Vertex Cover

Krzysztof Onak (MIT) and Ronitt Rubinfeld (MIT and Tel Aviv University) -
Almost Tight Bounds for Rumour Spreading with Conductance

Flavio Chierichetti, Silvio Lattanzi and Alessandro Panconesi (Sapienza University) -
Changing Base without Losing Space

Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University) and Mihai Pastrascu (AT&T Labs) and Mikkel Thorup (AT&T Labs) -
The Price of Privately Releasing Contingency Tables and the Spectra of Random Matrices with Correlated Rows

Shiva Kasiviswanathan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Mark Rudelson (University of Missouri), Adam Smith (Pennsylvania State University) and Jonathan Ullman (Harvard University) -
Saving Space by Algebraization

Daniel Lokshtanov and Jesper Nederlof (University of Bergen) -
Privacy Amplification with Asymptotically Optimal Entropy Loss

Nishanth Chandran (UCLA), Bhavana Kanukurthi (Boston University), Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) and Leonid Reyzin (Boston University) -
A Sparse Johnson-Lindenstrauss Transform

Anirban Dasgupta and Ravi Kumar and Tamas Sarlos (Yahoo! Research) -
Local List-Decoding and Testing of Random Linear Codes from High-Error

Swastik Kopparty and Shubhangi Saraf (MIT) -
Differential Privacy Under Continual Observation

Cynthia Dwork (Microsoft Research), Moni Naor (Weizmann Institute), Toniann Pitassi (University of Toronto) and Guy Rothblum (Princeton University)