Computer Science Colloquium
Time+Place : Tuesday 26/06/2012 14:30 room 337-8 Taub  Bld.
Speaker    : Sergio Rajsbaum
Affiliation: Instituto de Matematicas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma
             de Mexico
Host       : Hagit Attiya
Title      : Recursion in Distributed Computing
Abstract   :
The benefits of developing algorithms via recursion are well known.
However, little use of recursion has been done in distributed algorithms, in
spite of the fact that recursive structuring principles for distributed
systems have been advocated since the beginning of the field. We present
several distributed algorithms in a recursive form, which makes them easier
to understand and analyze. Also, we describe a recursive distributed
computing model where it easier to prove impossibility results.
Short bio:
Sergio Rajsbaum received a degree in Computer Engineering from the National
Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 1985, and a PhD in the Computer
Science from the Technion, Israel, in 1991. Since then he has been a faculty
member at the Institute of Mathematics at UNAM.
His research interests are in the theory of distributed computing,
especially issues related to coordination, complexity and computability. He
has also published in graph theory and algorithms.
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