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# Monthly Archives: April 2015

## My Fest

It is a pleasure to announce my own birthday conference which will take place in Jerusalem on June 15-16 2015. Here is the meeting’s homepage! The organizers asked me also to mention that some support for accommodation in Jerusalem for the … Continue reading

Posted in Combinatorics, Conferences, Updates
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## New Isoperimetric Results for Testing Monotonicity

Muli, Dor and Subash, Jerusalem May 21 2015. Michel Talagrand Gregory Margulis Property testing In this post I will tell you about a new paper by Subhash Khot, Dor Minzer and Muli Safra entitled: On … Continue reading

Posted in Combinatorics, Computer Science and Optimization
Tagged Dor Minser, Muli Safra, Subhash Khot
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## Angry Birds Update

Angry birds peace treaty by Eretz Nehederet link to the video (English, Hebrew) Arqade A few years ago I became interested in the question of whather new versions of the computer game “Angry Birds” gradually makes it easier to get high … Continue reading

Posted in Mathematics to the rescue, Updates
Tagged Angry Birds, Arqade, Game development
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## Two Delightful Major Simplifications

Arguably mathematics is getting harder, although some people claim that also in the old times parts of it were hard and known only to a few experts before major simplifications had changed matters. Let me report here about two recent remarkable simplifications … Continue reading