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- Mohamed A. Soliman, Ihab F. Ilyas, Shalev Ben-David
- The VLDB Journal
- 2009

Large databases with uncertain information are becoming more common in many applications including data integration, location tracking, and Web search. In these applications, ranking records with uncertain attributes introduces new problems that are fundamentally different from conventional ranking. Specifically, uncertainty in records’ scores induces a… (More)

- Scott Aaronson, Shalev Ben-David, Robin Kothari
- Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity
- 2015

We show a power 2.5 separation between bounded-error randomized and quantum query complexity for a total Boolean function, refuting the widely believed conjecture that the best such separation could only be quadratic (from Grover's algorithm). We also present a total function with a power 4 separation between quantum query complexity and approximate… (More)

- Shalev Ben-David, Shai Ben-David
- ALT
- 2011

- Anurag Anshu, Aleksandrs Belovs, +5 authors Miklos Santha
- 2016 IEEE 57th Annual Symposium on Foundations of…
- 2016

While exponential separations are known between quantum and randomized communication complexity for partial functions (Raz, STOC 1999), the best known separation between these measures for a total function is quadratic, witnessed by the disjointness function. We give the first super-quadratic separation between quantum and randomized communication… (More)

- Shalev Ben-David
- Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity
- 2016

We provide new query complexity separations against sensitivity for total Boolean functions: a power 3 separation between deterministic (and even randomized or quantum) query complexity and sensitivity, and a power 2.1 separation between certificate complexity and sensitivity. We get these separations by using a new connection between sensitivity and a… (More)

- Shalev Ben-David, Robin Kothari
- ICALP
- 2016

We study the composition question for bounded-error randomized query complexity: Is R(f ◦ g) = Ω(R(f)R(g)) for all Boolean functions f and g? We show that inserting a simple Boolean function h, whose query complexity is only Θ(logR(g)), in between f and g allows us to prove R(f ◦ h ◦ g) = Ω(R(f)R(h)R(g)). We prove this using a new lower bound measure for… (More)

- Shalev Ben-David
- Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity
- 2015

We construct a total Boolean function f satisfying R(f) = Ω̃(Q(f)), refuting the long-standing conjecture that R(f) = O(Q(f)) for all total Boolean functions. Assuming a conjecture of Aaronson and Ambainis about optimal quantum speedups for partial functions, we improve this to R(f) = Ω̃(Q(f)). Our construction is motivated by the Göös-Pitassi-Watson… (More)

- Scott Aaronson, Shalev Ben-David
- Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity
- 2015

Given a problem which is intractable for both quantum and classical algorithms, can we find a sub-problem for which quantum algorithms provide an exponential advantage? We refer to this problem as the “sculpting problem.” In this work, we give a full characterization of sculptable functions in the query complexity setting. We show that a total function f… (More)

- N Gvy, Vikram Garg, +18 authors Avi Wigderson
- 1994

nakakis. Primal-dual approximation algorithms for integral ow and multicut in trees, with applications to matching and set cover. In Proc. of ICALP '93.ciency of list update and paging rules. of them into two equal length paths and request the two endpoints of each of these paths. Use the partitioned paths to route all requests in L i. The lower bound we… (More)

- Shalev Ben-David, Or Sattath
- IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive
- 2017

The fisherman caught a quantum fish. Fisherman, please let me go, begged the fish, and I will grant you three wishes. The fisherman agreed. The fish gave the fisherman a quantum computer, three quantum signing tokens and his classical public key. The fish explained: to sign your three wishes, use the tokenized signature scheme on this quantum computer, then… (More)