Randomized Methods in Computation

Lecture Notes [Spring 2001]

Oded Goldreich

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A variety of randomized methods are being employed in the study of computation. The aim of the current course is to make the students familiar with some of these methods. We wish to stress three aspects regarding this course:

This webpage provides access to lecture notes on Randomized Methods in Computation, a course given by Oded Goldreich in Spring 2001 at the Weizmann Institute.

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