Pseudorandomness in Mathematics and Computer Science Mini-Workshop

Institute for Advanced Study
April 22, 2011

In math, one often studies random aspects of deterministic systems and structures.  In CS, one often tries to efficiently create structures and systems with specific random-like properties.  Recent work has shown many connections between these two approaches through the concept of "pseudorandomness".  This workshop highlights these connections, aimed at a joint audience of mathematicians and computer scientists.

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