# Derandomized Graph Product Results Using the Low Degree Long Code

@inproceedings{Dinur2014DerandomizedGP, title={Derandomized Graph Product Results Using the Low Degree Long Code}, author={Irit Dinur and Prahladh Harsha and Srikanth Srinivasan and G. Varma}, booktitle={Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science}, year={2014} }

In this paper, we address the question of whether the recent derandomization results obtained by the use of the low-degree long code can be extended to other product settings. We consider two settings: (1) the graph product results of Alon, Dinur, Friedgut and Sudakov [GAFA, 2004] and (2) the "majority is stablest" type of result obtained by Dinur, Mossel and Regev [SICOMP, 2009] and Dinur and Shinkar [In Proc. APPROX, 2010] while studying the hardness of approximate graph coloring.
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