University of Nevada Las Vegas
Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering
Department of Computer Science
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Professor  of Computer Science

    SCS-1: An Efficient Self-Stabilizing Algorithm for BFS Tree Construction
    CS 302 Algorithms and Data Structures
    CS 456/656 Automata and Formal Languages
    Courses taught in previous semesters
    Past Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
    Ehemaliger Gastwissenschaftler at the University of Bonn
    CS 302 Algorithms and Data Structures
    CS 456/656 Automata and Formal Languages


Mailing Address:
Department of Computer Science
University of Nevada Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV 89154-4019
702 895 1096 (extension 51096 from a campus telephone)
lawrence "dot" larmore "at" unlv "dot" edu




Dynamic Programming with Emphasis on using Monge Properties, and Applications to String Matching, Matrix Searching, and Optimal Tree Construction
On-line Algorithms with Emphasis on the Server Problem and related problems
Self-Stabilizing Distributed Algorithms


Publications in Mathematics
Publications in Computer Science

Conferences and Workshops:

DIMACS Workshop on Codes and Trees October 5-7, 1998, Piscataway, NJ.
STOC 99 May 2-5, 1999, Atlanta, GA.
ESA 99 July 16-18, 1999, Prague, Czech Republic.
Special Year on Computational Complexity 2000-2001, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton


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DNA, RNA, etc. Prepare to be mind-boggled.

The Astounding Link Between the P≠NP Problem and the Quantum Nature of Universe - The Physics arXiv Blog - Medium


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