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BSU Virtual Seminar: “Group Testing in Structured and Dynamic Networks”

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We study efficient infection identification algorithms based on pooled tests via group testing. Due to the nature of the problem, group testing has been widely studied in various areas such as screening and biology, biostatistics, networks, data science and information theory. In our research, we study group testing applications over structured and dynamic networks such as random graph governed correlated connections of nodes, and dynamically evolving network topologies where we propose novel group testing algorithms and analyze their performance, both theoretically and numerically.

This talk is part of the MRC Biostatistics Unit Seminars series.

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