MFCS 2004
29th International Symposium on
Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
Prague, Czech Republic, Europe
August 22 - 27, 2004

Invited talks

Mariangiola Dezani-Ciancaglini (Torino), "Boxed Ambients with Communication Interfaces"
Rod Downey (Wellington), "Recent Progress in Algorithmic Randomness"
Magnus M. Halldorson (Reykjavik), "Multicoloring: Problems and Techniques"
Elias Koutsoupias (Los Angeles), "Congestion Games and Coordination Mechanisms"
Joe Marks (Cambridge), "Theory and Applied Computing: Observations and Anecdotes"
Rolf Niedermeier (Tubingen), "Ubiquitous Parametrization -- Invitation to Fixed-Parameter Algorithms"
Jerzy Tiuryn (Warszawa), "A Case Study of Genome Evolution: From Continuous to Discrete Time Model"
Uzi Vishkin (College Park), "PRAM-On-Chip: A Quest for Not-So-Obvious Non-Obviousness"
Pascal Weil (Bordeaux), "Algebraic Recognizability of Languages"
Emo Welzl (Zurich), "Geometric Optimization and Unique Sink Orientations of Cubes"

Institute for Theoretical Computer Science
Department of Theoretical Computer Science and Mathematical Logic
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague
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