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\n The 38th ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC 2006), sponsored by \n the ACM Speci al Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Th eory \n (SIGACT), will be held in Seattle, WA, May 21 to 23, 2006.\n Typical but not e xclusive topics of interest include: algorithms \n and data structures, computational complex ity, cryptography, \n computational geometr y, algorithmic graph theory and combinatorics, \n randomness in computing, parallel and distr ibuted computation, machine \n learning, ap plications of logic, algorithmic algebra and codin g theory, \n computational biology, computa tional game theory, quantum computing and \n other alternative models of computation, and the oretical aspects of \n areas such as databa ses, information retrieval, and networks.\n < /p>\n \n

\n \n For more inf ormation, see\n http://www.cs. washington.edu/stoc06/\n

\n\n Papers \n presenting new and
original research on the theory of computation ar
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