Kevin Aydin

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Balanced partitioning is often a crucial first step in solving large-scale graph optimization problems: in some cases, a big graph is chopped into pieces that fit on one machine to be processed independently before stitching the results together, leading to certain suboptimality from the interaction among different pieces. In other cases, links between(More)
Web-based services often run experiments to improve their products. To carry out an effective experiment and evaluate the results appropriately, there must be a control group and at least one treatment group. Ideally all of these groups are disjoint, so that each user is given a specific treatment. Using geographical locations as units of experimentation is(More)
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