Eyal Rozenberg

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Referring to the query complexity of property testing, we prove the existence of a rich hierarchy of corresponding complexity classes. That is, for any relevant function q, we prove the existence of properties that have testing complexity Θ(q). Such results are proven in three standard domains often considered in property testing: generic functions,(More)
  • Research Thesis, Ilia Averbouch, Johann A Makowsky, Benny Godlin, Udi Rotics, Prof Peter +10 others
  • 2011
others, for interesting and fruitful discussions. Thanks to Prof. Bruno Cour-celle, who first drew our attention to the most general matching polynomial. Thanks to Christian Hoffmann who found a gap in our proof of Difficult Point Property of the matching polynomial. Thanks to the members of my examiners committee, Prof. for their numerous valuable comments(More)
  • Gal Tamir, Research Thesis, Ariel Kulik, Hadas Shachnai, Gal Tamir On, Lagrangian Relaxation +7 others
  • 2016
Acknowledgements I would like to thank my advisor, Prof. Hadas Shachnai, for her help and guidance throughout this research, and for pointing out many interesting new research directions. Hadas has patiently helped me make my first steps as a researcher, providing me with inspiration, freedom and encouragement. I would like to thank my co-author Prof. Tami(More)
We consider natural graph property tests, which act entirely independently of the size of the graph being tested (not just having a number of queries independent of the size). We introduce the notion of graph properties being inflatable — closed under taking (balanced) blowups — and show that the query complexity of natural tests for a property are related(More)
We consider natural graph property tests, which act entirely independently of the size of the graph being tested (not just having a number of queries independent of the size). We introduce the notion of graph properties being inflatable — closed under taking (balanced) blowups — and show that the query complexity of natural tests for a property are related(More)
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