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On the Unique Games Conjecture

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Discrete Analysis

This talk will survey recently discovered connections between the Unique Games Conjecture and computational complexity, algorithms, discrete Fourier analysis, and geometry.

The power-point presentation and a written article are available at the address below, though the talk will focus a bit more on the open problems and research directions.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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