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Shane Goodoff
3740 McClintock Ave, Room EEB 308
Los Angeles, CA 90089
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EMAIL: sgoodoff@usc.edu
This research started as an attempt to interpret an internet graph as a simplicial complex and determine whether it could be the triangulation of a manifold (see, e.g., the work of Shmuel Weinberger). However, the visually obvious Gromov hyperbolic property of the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and other graphs allowed us to simplity the problem as a coarse geometry one. This led to the following results:
"Finally, the construction of quantum machines is likely to need major advances in our uses of feedback techniques, which differ qualitatively from their classical counterparts because of information-disturbance theorems that preclude gaining information about a quantum system without introducing projection noise into its evolution." [Source: the Santa-Fe Institute]