Appendix

Workshop Agenda and Participants

FINAL AGENDA

Friday, April 28

1:00 pm

Welcome and overview of workshop goals

Robert MacPherson, Institute for Advanced Study and Chair, Board on Mathematical Sciences

Network Traffic Modeling—Session 1

1:10

Panel discussion: The major challenges of network traffic modeling

Walter Willinger, AT&T-Research

Donald Towsley, University of Massachusetts

Sugih Jamin, University of Michigan

Andrew Odlyzko, AT&T-Research, moderator

2:10

Plenary discussion: Identification of mathematical and statistical challenges that link to the challenges of network traffic modeling

3:10

Break

3:30

Resume plenary discussion

4:45

Summaries from session rapporteurs

Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton University

David Donoho, Stanford University

5:15

Adjourn

5:30

Reception

7:30

Adjourn reception

Saturday, April 29

8:00am

Continental breakfast in meeting room

Computer Vision—Session 2

8:30

Panel discussion: The major challenges of computer vision

Jitendra Malik, University of California at Berkeley

Larry Davis, University of Maryland

Guillermo Sapiro, University of Minnesota

Tony Chan, University of California at Los Angeles, moderator



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The Interface of Three Areas of Computer Science with the Mathematical Sciences: Summary of a Workshop Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants FINAL AGENDA Friday, April 28 1:00 pm Welcome and overview of workshop goals Robert MacPherson, Institute for Advanced Study and Chair, Board on Mathematical Sciences Network Traffic Modeling—Session 1 1:10 Panel discussion: The major challenges of network traffic modeling Walter Willinger, AT&T-Research Donald Towsley, University of Massachusetts Sugih Jamin, University of Michigan Andrew Odlyzko, AT&T-Research, moderator 2:10 Plenary discussion: Identification of mathematical and statistical challenges that link to the challenges of network traffic modeling 3:10 Break 3:30 Resume plenary discussion 4:45 Summaries from session rapporteurs Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton University David Donoho, Stanford University 5:15 Adjourn 5:30 Reception 7:30 Adjourn reception Saturday, April 29 8:00am Continental breakfast in meeting room Computer Vision—Session 2 8:30 Panel discussion: The major challenges of computer vision Jitendra Malik, University of California at Berkeley Larry Davis, University of Maryland Guillermo Sapiro, University of Minnesota Tony Chan, University of California at Los Angeles, moderator

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The Interface of Three Areas of Computer Science with the Mathematical Sciences: Summary of a Workshop 9:30 Plenary discussion: Identification of mathematical and statistical challenges that link to the challenges of computer vision 10:30 Break 10:45 Resume plenary discussion 12:00 Summary from session rapporteurs Stanley Osher, University of California at Los Angeles Demetri Terzopoulos, University of Toronto 12:15 pm Lunch Data Mining and Search—Session 3 1:00 Panel discussion: The major challenges of data mining and search Chid Apte, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center Raúl E. Valdés-Pérez, Carnegie Mellon University Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University Dianne P. O'Leary, University of Maryland, moderator 2:00 Plenary discussion: Identification of mathematical and statistical challenges that link to the challenges of data mining and search 3:00 Break 3:15 Resume plenary discussion 4:15 Summary from session rapporteur Laszlo Lovasz, Microsoft Research 4:30 General discussion: Next steps to improve these interfaces, including actions to be taken by the National Academies.

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The Interface of Three Areas of Computer Science with the Mathematical Sciences: Summary of a Workshop LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Padmanabhan Anandan, Microsoft Research Chid Apte, IBM T.J.Watson Research Center John Baras, University of Maryland Kristin P. Bennett, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Peter J. Bickel, University of California at Berkeley Lynn Billard, University of Georgia Marjory Blumenthal, National Research Council Christian Borgs, Microsoft Research Tony Chan, University of California at Los Angeles Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft Research Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton University Larry Davis, University of Maryland David Donoho, Stanford University Wm. Randolph Franklin, National Science Foundation/Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate Susan Gauch, University of Kansas C. William Gear, NEC Research Institute Anna Gilbert, AT&T-Research David Heath, Carnegie Mellon University Alan Inouye, National Research Council Sugih Jamin, University of Michigan Iain M. Johnstone, Stanford University Behzad Kamgar-Parsi, Naval Research Laboratory Anna Karlin, University of Washington Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University Laszlo Lovasz, Microsoft Research Robert D. MacPherson, Institute for Advanced Study Jitendra Malik, University of California at Berkeley Wen Masters, Office of Naval Research Debasis Mitra, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies Andrew Odlyzko, AT&T-Research Dianne P. O'Leary, University of Maryland Charles Osgood, National Security Agency Stanley Osher, University of California at Los Angeles Tomaso (Tommy) Poggio, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Andrew Pollington, National Science Foundation/Division of Mathematical Sciences William Pulleyblank, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center James Rosenberger, National Science Foundation/Division of Mathematical Sciences Guillermo Sapiro, University of Minnesota Carey Schwartz, Office of Naval Research Demetri Terzopoulos, University of Toronto Alvin Thaler, National Science Foundation/Division of Mathematical Sciences Philippe Tondeur, National Science Foundation/Division of Mathematical Sciences Donald Towsley, University of Massachusetts Raúl E. Valdés-Pérez, Carnegie Mellon University Scott Weidman, National Research Council Ruth Williams, University of California at San Diego Walter Willinger, AT&T-Research Yimin Xiao, Microsoft Research