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Reports tagged with frequency moments:
TR05-125 | 2nd November 2005
Sofya Raskhodnikova, Dana Ron, Ronitt Rubinfeld, Amir Shpilka, Adam Smith

Sublinear Algorithms for Approximating String Compressibility and the Distribution Support Size

We raise the question of approximating compressibility of a string with respect to a fixed compression scheme, in sublinear time. We study this question in detail for two popular lossless compression schemes: run-length encoding (RLE) and Lempel-Ziv (LZ), and present algorithms and lower bounds for approximating compressibility with respect to ... more >>>


TR08-024 | 26th February 2008
Paul Beame, Trinh Huynh

On the Value of Multiple Read/Write Streams for Approximating Frequency Moments

Revisions: 2

Recently, an extension of the standard data stream model has been introduced in which an algorithm can create and manipulate multiple read/write streams in addition to its input data stream. Like the data stream model, the most important parameter for this model is the amount of internal memory used by ... more >>>


TR09-015 | 19th February 2009
Joshua Brody, Amit Chakrabarti

A Multi-Round Communication Lower Bound for Gap Hamming and Some Consequences

The Gap-Hamming-Distance problem arose in the context of proving space
lower bounds for a number of key problems in the data stream model. In
this problem, Alice and Bob have to decide whether the Hamming distance
between their $n$-bit input strings is large (i.e., at least $n/2 +
\sqrt n$) ... more >>>


TR12-178 | 18th December 2012
Paul Beame, Raphael Clifford, Widad Machmouchi

Sliding Windows With Limited Storage

Revisions: 1

We consider time-space tradeoffs for exactly computing frequency
moments and order statistics over sliding windows.
Given an input of length $2n-1$, the task is to output the function of
each window of length $n$, giving $n$ outputs in total.
Computations over sliding windows are related to direct sum problems
except ... more >>>


TR13-127 | 15th September 2013
Paul Beame, Raphael Clifford, Widad Machmouchi

Element Distinctness, Frequency Moments, and Sliding Windows

We derive new time-space tradeoff lower bounds and algorithms for exactly computing statistics of input data, including frequency moments, element distinctness, and order statistics, that are simple to calculate for sorted data. In particular, we develop a randomized algorithm for the element distinctness problem whose time $T$ and space $S$ ... more >>>


TR15-083 | 14th May 2015
Omri Weinstein, David Woodruff

The Simultaneous Communication of Disjointness with Applications to Data Streams

We study $k$-party set disjointness in the simultaneous message-passing model, and show that even if each element $i\in[n]$ is guaranteed to either belong to all $k$ parties or to at most $O(1)$ parties in expectation (and to at most $O(\log n)$ parties with high probability), then $\Omega(n \min(\log 1/\delta, \log ... more >>>


TR16-111 | 20th July 2016
Amit Chakrabarti, Sagar Kale

Strong Fooling Sets for Multi-Player Communication with Applications to Deterministic Estimation of Stream Statistics

We develop a paradigm for studying multi-player deterministic communication,
based on a novel combinatorial concept that we call a {\em strong fooling
set}. Our paradigm leads to optimal lower bounds on the per-player
communication required for solving multi-player $\textsc{equality}$
problems in a private-message setting. This in turn gives a ... more >>>




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