bio | website | robinkothari.com |
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location | Cambridge, MA | |
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I am a postdoc at MIT. My research interests include quantum algorithms and complexity theory.
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awarded | Autobiographer |
Jul 31 |
awarded | Yearling |
Nov 1 |
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How much does a quantum oracle to find a needle in a haystack really cost?
@skeptic: I don't understand. By assumption (this is part of the question), $f$ is a map that accepts database entries (binary strings) as input and outputs 0 or 1. $f(x)$ is 1 if and only if $x = w$, where $w$ is the string we are looking for. |
Sep 19 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jul 31 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Suffrage |
Oct 27 |
accepted | Can you maximize the spectral norm of a matrix in a semidefinite program? |
Oct 27 |
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Can you maximize the spectral norm of a matrix in a semidefinite program?
Right, that makes sense. Thanks. |
Oct 24 |
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Can you maximize the spectral norm of a matrix in a semidefinite program?
Thanks. But does that rule out the possibility that introducing new variables and changing variables will make it an SDP? For example, geometric programming (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometric_programming) is in general non-convex, but a change of variables makes it convex. |
Oct 24 |
asked | Can you maximize the spectral norm of a matrix in a semidefinite program? |
Aug 9 |
answered | How can I get all the good items using quantum search algorithm? |
Aug 9 |
answered | How much does a quantum oracle to find a needle in a haystack really cost? |
Jul 31 |
awarded | Yearling |
Aug 1 |
awarded | Yearling |
May 29 |
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Can i achieve something better with the probabilistic turing machine in matter of space?
Are you asking if a non-deterministic machine with space f(n) can solve the same problems as a one-sided error randomized machine with space f(n)? |
Dec 2 |
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Is P=NP relevant to finding proofs of everyday mathematical propositions?
A very interesting observation: "people might like my proof better than the lexicographically first one" |
Oct 31 |
answered | Most memorable titles |
Oct 6 |
answered | Amplitude amplification as a quantum walk algorithm |
Sep 28 |
answered | What are some good examples of non-monotone graph properties? |
Sep 28 |
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What are some good examples of non-monotone graph properties?
Hamiltonicity is so very monotone. |