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of Computer Science , pages 51 - 60 , 2016 .
**Karl** **Bringmann** . Why Walking the Dog Takes Time: Frechet Distance Has No Strongly Subquadratic Algorithms Unless SETH Fails . In Proc. 55th Annual IEEE ... Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS'14) , pages 661 - 670 , 2014 . doi: 10 .1109/FOCS.
**Karl** **Bringmann** and Marvin K?nnemann . Quadratic Conditional Lower Bounds for String Problems and Dynamic

We study the fundamental problem of the exact and efficient generation of random values from a finite and discrete probability distribution. Suppose that we are given n distinct events with associated probabilities \(p_1, \dots , p_n\). First, we consider the problem of sampling from the distribution where the i-th event has probability proportional to \(p_i\). Second, we study...

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Arturs Backurs and Christos Tzamos . Improving Viterbi is hard: Better runtimes imply faster clique algorithms , 2016 . arXiv: 1607 . 04229 .
**Karl** **Bringmann** , Allan Gr?nlund, and Kasper

Real-world networks, like social networks or the internet infrastructure, have structural properties such as large clustering coefficients that can best be described in terms of an underlying geometry. This is why the focus of the literature on theoretical models for real-world networks shifted from classic models without geometry, such as Chung-Lu random graphs, to modern...

In 1979 Valiant showed that the complexity class VP_e of families with polynomially bounded formula size is contained in the class VP_s of families that have algebraic branching programs (ABPs) of polynomially bounded size. Motivated by the problem of separating these classes we study the topological closure VP_e-bar, i.e. the class of polynomials that can be approximated...

We study the problem of finding the cycle of minimum cost-to-time ratio in a directed graph with n nodes and m edges. This problem has a long history in combinatorial optimization and has recently seen interesting applications in the context of quantitative verification. We focus on strongly polynomial algorithms to cover the use-case where the weights are relatively large...

Let B be a set of n axis-parallel boxes in d-dimensions such that each box has a corner at the origin and the other corner in the positive quadrant, and let k be a positive integer. We study the problem of selecting k boxes in B that maximize the volume of the union of the selected boxes. The research is motivated by applications in skyline queries for databases and in...

We study the complexity of the Hitting Set problem in set systems (hypergraphs) that avoid certain sub-structures. In particular, we characterize the classical and parameterized complexity of the problem when the Vapnik-Chervonenkis dimension (VC-dimension) of the input is small. VC-dimension is a natural measure of complexity of set systems. Several tractable instances of...

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Approximability of the Discrete Fréchet Distance
**Karl** **Bringmann** 0
Wolfgang Mulzer 0
0 Institute of Theoretical Computer Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Institut für Informatik, Freie ... between two polygonal curves . Internat. J. Comput. Geom. Appl. , 5 ( 1 -2): 78 - 99 , 1995 .
**Karl** **Bringmann** . Why walking the dog takes time: Fréchet distance has no strongly subquadratic algorithms unless

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Approximability of the Discrete Fr?chet Distance
**Karl** **Bringmann** 0
Wolfgang Mulzer 0
0 Institute of Theoretical Computer Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Institut fu?r Informatik, Freie ... polygonal curves . Internat. J. Comput. Geom. Appl. , 5 ( 1 -2): 78 - 99 , 1995 .
**Karl** **Bringmann** . Why walking the dog takes time: Fr?chet distance has no strongly subquadratic algorithms unless SETH fails

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Approximability of the Discrete Fr?chet Distance
**Karl** **Bringmann** 0
Wolfgang Mulzer 0
0 Institute of Theoretical Computer Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Institut fu?r Informatik, Freie ... polygonal curves . Internat. J. Comput. Geom. Appl. , 5 ( 1 -2): 78 - 99 , 1995 .
**Karl** **Bringmann** . Why walking the dog takes time: Fr?chet distance has no strongly subquadratic algorithms unless SETH fails

Subject Classification G.3 Mathematics of Computing: Probability and Statistics ? **Karl** **Bringmann** is a recipient of the Google Europe Fellowship in Randomized Algorithms, and this research is supported in