Project proposals due by email 10/20/17: 2-3 pages, not counting bibliography. You should have a general topic and some interesting (and potentially tractable, i.e. not "P!=NP") ideas/questions/conjectures. For the proposal, it's OK if you don't have an exact topic nailed down yet - that's what the project is for. It's good to have a broad survey of papers, but please pick one or two "core" papers to focus on (especially for theory-based projects). Please come by Omri's or Zhenrui's OH to discuss if still unsure.

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A very interesting paper giving upper bounds on time/space for polynomial evaluation problems