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6.849: Geometric Folding Algorithms
Fall 2012 Prof. Erik Demaine,
Problem Set 1 Solutions
We will drop (ignore) your lowest score on any one problem.
Problem 1. Pose any problem related to folding (mathematical, computational, application,
etc.). The prob
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6 856 Randomized Algorithms
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6.253: Convex Analysis and Optimization
Prof. Dimitri P. Bertsekas
Spring 2010, M.I.T.
Consider the convex programming problem
subject to x 2 X,
of Section 5.3, and assume that the set X is described by equali
18.781 Problem Set 6
Thursday, April 12.
Collaboration is allowed and encouraged. However, your writeups should be your own, and you
must note on the front the names of the students you worked with.
Extensions will only be given for extenuating circumstan