Welcome to my slice of virtual estate — I’m an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and the Associate Dean for External Communications at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar. My primary research interest involves the design and analysis of efficient algorithms for “hard” problems in general, and parameterized algorithms in particular. The problems considered are typically concerned with combinatorial optimization, frequently in the context of graph theory, social choice, games, geometry, and constraint satisfaction.

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Visualizing Baranyai's theorem for the case when n=2.



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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for May 24, 2012