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  • Teaching
    Fall 2015 COMS W1004 Introduction to Copmuter Science and Programming in Java COMS W1005 Introduction to Copmuter Science and Programming in MATLAB

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~pblaer/teaching.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Research
    3 D Modeling Tasks Two Stage View Planning for Large Scale Site Modeling View Planning for Automated Site Modeling Thesis Proposal Automated Construction of Environment Models by a Mobile Robot Thesis Proposal Slides Candidacy Exam View Planning For my PhD candidacy exam at Columbia University I presented a survey of the state of the art in view planning literature Candidacy Exam Slides Candidacy Bibliography Topological Localization for Mobile Robots We developed a system for topologically localizing mobile robots The first part of the system performs localization by matching multiresolution histograms of omnidirectional images to a database The second reinforces the location estimate by matching measured wireless signal strengths measurements with a signal map of a known wireless network A Hybrid Approach to Topological Mobile Robot Localization TopBot TopBot Automated Network Topology Detection with a Mobile Robot Topological Mobile Robot Localization Using Fast Vision Techniques 3D Desktop Photography We implemented 3D Photography on Your Desk originally done by Jean Yves Bouguet and Pietro Perona at Caltech The goal of this system is to provide a simple and inexpensive way to extract the 3D shape of objects using weak structured lighting The only hardware necessary here is a video camera with host computer a checkerboard a desk lamp and a pencil Using the shape of the shadow cast by the pencil the system should extract 3D points corresponding to the surface of the object over which the shadow passes 3D Desktop Photography by Eclipse Robot Path Planning Using Generalized Voronoi Diagrams I implemented and efficient and robust algorithm for computing safe paths for a mobile robot I have specifically designed the algorithm for use in the Autonomous Vehicle for Exploration and Navigation in Urban Environments AVENUE project I use an approach based on the generalized Voronoi diagram for a planar region with

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  • Publications
    Planning for Automated Site Modeling by Paul S Blaer Ph D Thesis Computer Science Department Columbia University October 2008 Data Acquisition and View Planning for 3 D Modeling Tasks by Paul S Blaer and Peter K Allen IEEE RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems October 2007 PDF Two Stage View Planning for Large Scale Site Modeling by Paul S Blaer and Peter K Allen Third International Symposium on 3D Data Processing Visualization and Transmission June 2006 PDF View Planning for Automated Site Modeling by Paul S Blaer and Peter K Allen IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation May 2006 PDF A Hybrid Approach to Topological Mobile Robot Localization by Paul Blaer and Peter K Allen Technical Report CUCS 020 05 Computer Science Department Columbia University April 2005 PDF Automating the 3D Modeling Pipeline by Peter Allen Alejandro Troccoli and Paul Blaer International Symposium on the CREST Digital Archiving Project March 2005 PDF TopBot Automated Network Topology Detection with a Mobile Robot by Paul Blaer and Peter K Allen IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation September 2003 PDF PS Topological Mobile Robot Localization Using Fast Vision Techniques by Paul Blaer and Peter Allen IEEE International Conference on

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  • Contact
    Paul S Blaer Computer Science Department Columbia University 1214 Amsterdam Avenue M C 0401 New York NY 10027 USA Office 703 Schapiro CEPSR Phone 1 212 939 7034 Email pblaer

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  • Luca Carloni

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  • Augustin Chaintreau @ Columbia CS
    s research community service Area editor IEEE Transactions on Mobile Communication Area editor ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review Area editor ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communication Review Program committee chair with Luigi Rizzo ACM CoNEXT 2014 Program committee ACM SIGCOMM 2014 Program committee ACM WSDM 2014 Prior to that I participated to conference program committees for ACM SIGCOMM ACM SIGMETRICS ACM MOBICOM ACM WSDM ACM WWW ACM MOBIHOC ACM COSN ACM CoNEXT USENIX ACM IMC and IEEE INFOCOM I also co organized the student shadow PC for ACM CoNEXT and ACM SIGMETRICS and the student travel grant for ACM SIGCOMM and ACM COSN Teaching In Fall 2014 COMS 6998 Social Networks Teaching materials available through this link In Spring 2014 CSEE 4119 Computer Networks Teaching materials available through this link In Fall 2013 COMS 6998 1 Social Networks Economics Teaching materials available through this link In Spring 2013 CSEE 4119 Computer Networks Teaching materials available through this link In Fall 2012 COMS 4995 1 Introduction to Social Networks Teaching materials available through this link In Spring 2012 CSEE 4119 Computer Networks Teaching materials available through this link In Fall 2011 COMS 4995 1 Introduction to Social Networks Teaching materials available

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~augustin/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Xi Chen’s Home page
    for Theoretical Computer Science led by Professor Andrew Chi Chih Yao My research interests lie in Algorithmic Game Theory Economics and Complexity Theory CV My research is currently supported by an NSF CAREER award a Sloan research fellowship and start up from Columbia University I recently received the EATCS Presburger award Teaching CSOR 4231 Analysis of Algorithms S14 and S12 COMS 6998 Lower Bounds in Theoretical Computer Science F13 COMS 4236 Introduction to Computational Complexity S13 and F14 COMS 6998 Randomness in Computing F12 COMS 4995 Introduction to Communication Complexity F11 COMS 6998 Algorithmic Game Theory and Economics S11 A mini course on Algorithmic Game Theory with Alex Fabrikant Current PhD Student Xiaorui Sun Jinyu Xie Georgios Matikas co advised with Rocco Servedio and Mihalis Yannakakis Erik Waingarten co advised with Rocco Servedio Cliff Stein and Mihalis Yannakakis Program Committee WINE 06 SODA 08 AAIM 08 WINE 08 TAMC 09 FAW 09 SAGT 10 AAIM 11 AAIM 12 ACM EC 12 WINE 12 SODA 13 STOC 13 TAMC 13 EC 13 ISAAC 13 Links Theory Group and Theory Seminar at Columbia New York Area Theory Day Spring 2013 May 10 30th Anniversary of New York Area Theory Day 2012 Nov

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