I have been a Ph.D. student in Computer
University, under the supervision of
In Fall 2000 I graduated and moved to MIT.
For the past few years I have been working mainly on high dimensional computational geometry, which involves various geometric problems (nearest neighbor, closest pair, diameter, other proximity problems, clustering etc) in high-dimensional spaces.
Additional interests include geometric and combinatorial pattern matching, learning theory, probabilistic analysis et al.
I gave a summer course at AT&T on "Nearest Neighbors and other problems in High Dimensional Computational Geometry". You can find the slides and bibliography (with links) here.
Here is a list of some of my papers (with PS files).
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