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26/17---21-June-2019-Caleidoscope-Research-School-
in-Computational-Complexity-Paris-France
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SUMMARY:Caleidoscope: Research School in Computati
onal Complexity, Paris, France
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190617
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190621
LOCATION:Paris, France
DESCRIPTION:Computational complexity theory was bo
rn more than 50 years ago when researchers started
asking themselves what could be computed efficien
tly. Classifying problems/functions with respect t
o the amount of resources (e.g. time and/or space)
needed to solve/compute them turned out to be an
extremely difficult question. This has led researc
hers to develop a remarkable variety of approaches
, employing different mathematical methods and the
ories. The future development of complexity theor
y will require a subtle understanding of the simil
arities, differences and limitations of the many c
urrent approaches. The goal (and peculiarity) of t
he Caleidoscope school is to reunite in a single e
vent as many different takes on computational comp
lexity as can reasonably be fit in one week. It is
intended for graduate students as well as establi
shed researchers who wish to learn more about neig
hbouring areas.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n Computational
complexity theory was born more than 50 years ago
when researchers started asking themselves what co
uld be computed efficiently. Classifying problems/
functions with respect to the amount of resources
(e.g. time and/or space) needed to solve/compute t
hem turned out to be an extremely difficult questi
on. This has led researchers to develop a remarkab
le variety of approaches, employing different math
ematical methods and theories.

\n\n The fut
ure development of complexity theory will require
a subtle understanding of the similarities, differ
ences and limitations of the many current approach
es. The goal (and peculiarity) of the Caleidoscope
school is to reunite in a single event as many di
fferent takes on computational complexity as can r
easonably be fit in one week. It is intended for g
raduate students as well as established researcher
s who wish to learn more about neighbouring areas.

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URL:http://caleidoscope.sciencesconf.org/
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