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The best algorithm for a computational problem generally depends on the "relevant inputs," a concept that depends on the application domain and often defies formal articulation. While there is a large literature on empirical approaches to selecting the best algorithm for a given application domain, there has been surprisingly little theoretical analysis of… (More)

High triangle density -- the graph property stating that a constant fraction of two-hop paths belong to a triangle -- is a common signature of social networks. This paper studies triangle-dense graphs from a structural perspective. We prove constructively that significant portions of a triangle-dense graph are contained in a disjoint union of dense, radius… (More)

- Rishi Gupta, Piotr Indyk, Eric Price
- 2010

We initiate the study of sparse recovery problems under the Earth-Mover Distance (EMD). Specifically, we design a distribution over m × n matrices A, for m n, such that for any x, given Ax, we can recover a k-sparse approximation to x under the EMD distance. We also provide an empirical evaluation of the method that, in some scenarios, shows its advantages… (More)

We propose a framework for compressive sensing of images with local geometric features. Specifically, let x ∈ R<sup>N</sup> be an N-pixel image, where each pixel p has value x<sub>p</sub>. The image is acquired by computing the <i>measurement vector</i> Ax, where A is an m x N measurement matrix for some m l N. The goal is then to design the matrix… (More)

- Citation Gupta, Piotr Rishi, Eric Price Indyk, Rishi Gupta, Piotr Indyk, Eric Price
- 2010

The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. Abstract We initiate the study of sparse recovery problems under the Earth-Mover Distance (EMD). Specifically, we design a distribution over m × n matrices A, for m n, such that for any x, given Ax, we can recover a k-sparse approximation… (More)

We present a case of postaxial polydactyly with well formed six digits on left hand and seven digits on right hand. Both conditions are rare and combination of these two conditions even rarer. The patient also had supernumerary sixth right toe and cleft lip. Very few cases of postaxial polydactyly are reported previously.

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