Computational Combinatorics

Category: Roundups

Updates to the Manickam-Miklós-Singhi Conjecture

It has been a busy year for the Manickam-Miklós-Singhi Conjecture. (See the earlier post on this topic for the important definitions.) Several new papers have appeared online or on the arXiv. Here is a brief discussion of these recent developments (organized by time of submission, as far as I can tell).
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Computational Combinatorics Roundup: March 2013

I was thinking that this month was lacking any new computational combinatorics papers, but then three papers arrived in my feed within a couple days of each other, followed by several others to finish out the month. Read on to learn about them, and as always send me an email whenever you see a relevant research article or news story.
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Computational Combinatorics Roundup: February 2013

In this month’s roundup, we have an article about computation in mathematics, and four research papers on wildly different problems.
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Computational Combinatorics Roundup: December-January

I’m a little late in compiling the late December to January roundup, but here we go. As always, send me an email if you have a blog post, paper, or other resource that I can put in the next roundup.
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Computational Combinatorics Roundup: November-December

We continue our monthly update of collecting research papers (or blog posts!) that were posted in the previous month+\varepsilon (or were missed by previous lists). So far, I’ve just been watching the arXiv updates and my Google Scholar updates. Please comment or send me an email if you have an addition. (You can even tell me about papers when you see them, and I’ll add them to the next one!)

I’ve added my own short synopsis in italics based on a cursory glance through the papers. These are not reviews which verify their correctness or quality.
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Computational Combinatorics Roundup: October

It is the end of October, so let’s start a monthly tradition of listing new papers in computational combinatorics. This list is likely not complete, so please comment or send me an email if there is a recent paper that I missed. Some of these papers are not exactly “new” but are papers I’ve discovered since the last reference list. Since I plan to do this regularly, send me an email when you see a new paper using computational methods and I will add it to the next reference list update.
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Computational Combinatorics Reference List

There are a lot of things I want to discuss on this blog. So many, in fact, that I struggle to pick which topic to write about next. I have compiled a list of papers and user guides that are possible topics for later blog posts. This should give you an idea of what topics I want on the blog and also some reading material if you don’t want to wait for me to get there. Also, if you want to write a guest post discussing these or similar papers (or simply want to add a paper to the list), please send me an email! I promise a regular post next week.

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