These are sometimes quite raw versions. Do not automatically believe
everything that you find there, and please let me know if you discover
mistakes, things that are not clear, and so on.
I will also be glad to hear about experience with these lecture notes
in teaching or as a study material.
For electronic correspondence, please use my surname at kam.mff.cuni.cz.
Lecture notes to a course on the probabilistic,
mostly follows the Alon-Spencer book,
includes a review of notions from probability theory.
The above file needs 46 pages to print, having two small pages
per A4 printer page, and here is
a more usual A4 format (ca. 70 pages).
A 9-page note on computing sparse solutions
of underdetermined linear systems by linear programming
("basis pursuit"), with a more or less self-contained
exposition of a result of Donoho, Candes and Tao, and
Rudelson and Vershynin, proved using a recent observation
due to Baraniuk et al. Extends a section from
my book with Bernd G"artner Understanding and using linear
(notes from computational geometry, which I currently do not plan to update
or extend anymore)
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