The 7th International Computer Science Symposium in Russia
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The 7th International Computer Science Symposium in Russia

Preliminary program of CSR'12

Sunday, July 1
09:00–18:00Workshop (PSSV 2012)

Monday, July 2
09:00–16:00Workshops (PSSV 2012, CTCrypt 2012)

Tuesday, July 3
09:15–09:30WELCOMING AND OPENING SPEECH: Roman Strongin, President of N.I. Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod
09:30–10:30OPENING LECTURE: Vijay Vazirani. Can the Theory of Algorithms Ratify the "Invisible Hand of the Market?"
10:30–11:00Coffee break
11:00–11:30Nachshon Cohen and Zeev Nutov. Approximating minimum power edge-multi-covers
11:30–12:00Romeo Rizzi and Florian Sikora. Some results on more flexible versions of Graph Motif
12:00–12:30Sebastian Bauer, Uli Fahrenberg, Axel Legay and Claus Thrane. General Quantitative Specification Theories with Modalities
14:00–15:00TURING LECTURE connected to THE ALAN TURING YEAR 2012: Yuri Matiyasevich. Alan Turing and Number Theory
15:00–15:15Coffee break
15:15–15:45Pinar Heggernes and Sigve Hortemo Sæther. Broadcast Domination on block graphs in linear time
15:45–16:15Martin Dietzfelbinger and Michael Rink. Towards Optimal Degree-distributions for Left-perfect Matchings in Random Bipartite Graphs
16:15–16:30Coffee break
16:30–17:00Bernhard Heinemann. Characterizing Certain Topological Specifications
17:00–17:30Eli Fox-Epstein and Danny Krizanc. The Complexity of Minor-Ancestral Graph Properties with Forbidden Pairs

Wednesday, July 4
09:30–10:30INVITED TALK: Lev Beklemishev. DKAL: A Distributed Knowledge Authorization Language and Its Logic of Information
10:30–11:00Coffee break
11:00–11:30Timo Jolivet and Jarkko Kari. Consistency of multidimensional combinatorial substitutions
11:30–12:00Hans Simon. Boolean Composition of Visual Secret Sharing Schemes
12:00–12:30Petr Golovach, Bernard Lidicky, Barnaby Martin and Daniel Paulusma. Finding vertex-surjective graph homomorphisms

Thursday, July 5
09:30–10:30INVITED TALK: Mikołaj Bojańczyk. Infinite Sets That Are Finite Up to Permutations
10:30–11:00Coffee break
11:00–11:30Prateek Karandikar and Philippe Schnoebelen. Cutting Through Regular Post Embedding Problems
11:30–12:00Dennis Komm, Tobias Moemke and Richard Kralovic. On the Advice Complexity of the Set Cover Problem
12:00–12:30Amr Elmasry and Jyrki Katajainen. Worst-Case Optimal Priority Queues via Extended Regular Counters
14:00–15:00INVITED TALK: Julien Cassaigne. Dynamics of Rauzy Graphs for Low-Complexity Words
15:00–15:15Coffee break
15:15–15:45Andreas Goerdt and Lutz Falke. Satisfiability thresholds beyond $k-$XORSAT
15:45–16:15Barnaby Martin, Florent Madelaine and Juraj Stacho. Constraint Satisfaction with Counting Quantifiers
16:15–16:30Coffee break
16:30–17:00Christos Kapoutsis and Giovanni Pighizzini. Two-way automata characterizations of L/poly versus NL
17:00–17:30Stefan Dobrev, Evangelos Kranakis, Oscar Morales Ponce and Milan Plvzik. Robust Sensor Range for Constructing Strongly Connected Spanning Digraphs in UDGs

Friday, July 6
09:30–10:30INVITED TALK: Piotr Indyk. Faster Algorithms for Sparse Fourier Transform
10:30–11:00Coffee break
11:00–11:30Maxim Babenko and Ivan Pouzyrevsky. Resilient Quicksort and Selection
11:30–12:00Evgeny Demenkov. A Lower Bound on Circuit Complexity of Vector Function in $U_2$
12:00–12:30Evgeny Demenkov, Alexander Kulikov, Ivan Mihajlin and Hiroki Morizumi. Computing all MOD-functions simultaneously
14:00–15:00INVITED TALK: Jaroslav Nesetril. Algorithms, Dichotomy and Statistics for Geometric and Sparse Graphs
15:00–15:15Coffee break
15:15–15:45Svetlana Selezneva. Constructing Polynomials for Functions over Residue Rings Modulo a Composite Number in Linear Time
15:45–16:15Ville Salo. A Characterization of Cellular Automata Generated by Idempotents on the Full Shift
16:15–16:30Coffee break
16:30–17:00Dmitry Chistikov. Checking Tests for Read-Once Functions over Arbitrary Bases
17:00–17:30Volker Diekert and Manfred Kufleitner. Bounded synchronization delay in omega-rational expressions for star-free infinitary languages

Saturday, July 7
09:30–10:30INVITED TALK: Max Alekseyev. Challenges in Comparative Genomics: from Biological Problems to
Combinatorial Algorithms (and back)
10:30–11:00Coffee break
11:00–11:30Daniil Musatov. Resource-Bounded Kolmogorov Extractors
11:30–12:00Michael Blondin and Pierre Mckenzie. The Complexity of Intersecting Finite Automata Having Few Final States
12:00–12:30Galina Jiraskova. Optimal Simulation of AFAs by NFAs and Operations on AFA and BFA Languages
14:00–14:30Bartlomiej Bosek, Stefan Felsner, Kolja Knauer and Grzegorz Matecki. News about Semiantichains and Unichain Coverings