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These

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, 1999

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As there is no single standard textbook covering all the topics of this course, we have decided to write a short monograph that can serve as the

*lecture**notes*. It is recommended that the student supplement these*notes*with at least one of the reference books listed at the end of these*notes*. Most###
*Lecture* *Notes* Optimization I

, 2008

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copies of these

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"... The Internet has brought us a wealth of data, all now available at our fingertips. We can easily carry in our pockets thousands of songs, hundreds of thousands of images, and hundreds of hours of video. But even with the rapid growth of computer performance, we don’t have the processing power to sea ..."

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to search this amount of data by brute force. This

*lecture**note*describes a technique known as locality-sensitive hashing (LSH) that allows one to quickly find similar entries in large databases. This approach belongs to a novel and interesting class of algorithms that are known as randomized algorithms. A###
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"... Well-quasi-orderings (wqos) (Kruskal, 1972) are a fundamental tool in logic and computer science. �ey provide termination arguments in a large number of decidability (or finiteness, regularity, …) results. In constraint solving, automated deduction, program analysis, and many more fields, wqo’s usua ..."

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on recent works that simplify previous results for upper bounds (Figueira et al., 2011; Schmitz and Schnoebelen, 2011) and lower bounds (Schnoebelen, 2010a; Haddad et al., 2012), but also contains some original material. �ese

*lecture**notes*originate from an advanced course taught at the 24th###
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, 2012

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"... > and are usually implicit, and can be recovered by inspecting the picture. 3 Transition Functions It is common to present FSAs with a transition function rather than a set of arcs (i.e., a transition relation). : Q ( [ fg) 7! 2 Q Note that we are assuming a normal automaton, with arcs la ..."

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> and are usually implicit, and can be recovered by inspecting the picture. 3 Transition Functions It is common to present FSAs with a transition function rather than a set of arcs (i.e., a transition relation). : Q ( [ fg) 7! 2 Q

*Note*that we are assuming a normal automaton, with arcs