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Denis Xavier Charles
(Denis Charles),
an Indian born computer scientist, statistician and priciple scientist at
Microsoft
Live Labs,
Redmond, Washington
. He did his undergraduate degree at
Birla Institute of Technology and Science
,
Pilani
,
Rajasthan
,
India
, and completed a M.Sc. at
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
under the supervision of
Kenneth Wingate Regan
. He holds a Ph.D. from Department of Computer Science,
University of Wisconsin–Madison
under
Eric Bach
. His research interests include the
theory of computation
, in particular
complexity theory
,
design and analysis
of
algorithms
,
combinatorics
,
number theory
and
algebra
.
Denis Xavier Charles
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References
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Denis Xavier Charles
(
1999
).
The Complexity of Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra
.
pdf
^{[4]}
Denis Xavier Charles
(
2000
).
Sieve Methods
.
pdf
Denis Xavier Charles
(
2001
).
An Application of Brun's Sieve
.
pdf
^{[5]}
Denis Xavier Charles
,
Kenneth Wingate Regan
(
2004
).
On arithmetical formulas whose Jacobians are Groebner Bases
. Journal of Symbolic Logic,
pdf
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Denis Xavier Charles
(
2005
).
Computational Aspects of Modular Forms and Elliptic Curves
. Ph.D. thesis,
University of Wisconsin–Madison
, advisor
Eric Bach
Kumar Chellapilla
,
Anton Mityagin
,
Denis Xavier Charles
(
2007
).
GigaHash: scalable minimal perfect hashing for billions of urls
.
WWW 2007
Denis Xavier Charles
,
Kumar Chellapilla
(
2008
).
Bloomier Filters: A Second Look
.
ESA 2008
^{[8]}
Denis Xavier Charles
,
Max Chickering
,
Nikhil R. Devanur
,
Kamal Jain
,
Manan Sanghi
(
2010
).
Fast algorithms for finding matchings in lopsided bipartite graphs with applications to display ads
.
ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2010
,
pdf
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Denis Xavier Charles
The Mathematics Genealogy Project  Denis Charles
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Mathematics Site  J.S. Milne
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Brun sieve from Wikipedia
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Jacobian matrix and determinant from Wikipedia
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Gröbner basis from Wikipedia
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Bloom filter  Bloomier filters from Wikipedia
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May 23, 2016
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Max Chickering
Dec 29, 2017
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an Indian born computer scientist, statistician and priciple scientist at Microsoft Live Labs, Redmond, Washington. He did his undergraduate degree at Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Rajasthan, India, and completed a M.Sc. at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York under the supervision of Kenneth Wingate Regan. He holds a Ph.D. from Department of Computer Science, University of Wisconsin–Madison under Eric Bach. His research interests include the theory of computation, in particular complexity theory, design and analysis of algorithms, combinatorics, number theory and algebra.
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