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  2. Richard M. Karp - Wikipedia

    Richard Manning Karp (born January 3, 1935) is an American computer scientist and computational theorist at the University of California, Berkeley. He is most notable for his research in the theory of algorithms , for which he received a Turing Award in 1985, The Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science in 2004 , and the Kyoto ...

  3. Richard M. Karp | EECS at UC Berkeley

    From 1988 to 1995 and 1999 to the present he has been a Research Scientist at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley. His current activities center on algorithmic methods in genomics and computer networking. He has supervised thirty-six Ph.D. dissertations.

  4. Richard Karp | Biography, A.M. Turing Award, & Facts

    Richard Karp, in full Richard Manning Karp, (born January 3, 1935, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.), American mathematician and computer scientist and winner of the 1985 A.M. Turing Award, the highest honour in computer science, for “his continuing contributions to the theory of algorithms including the development of efficient algorithms for ...

  5. Richard Karp | Department of Mathematics at University of ...

    Research Interests: Computer science and bioengineering. Contact Information. 621 Soda Hall. +1 (510) 642-5799. Publications.

  6. Karp, Richard M. - INFORMS

    The oldest of four children and son of a junior high school teacher, Richard Manning Karp was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Karp attended Boston Latin School and developed an early interest in mathematics. He attended nearby Harvard University for his undergraduate education but concluded that a career in pure mathematics was not for him.

  7. Richard M. Karp | The Franklin Institute

    Richard Karp is a world leader in algorithm design and analysis and computational complexity. His work has helped programmers find workable solution procedures to complex problems, avoiding inordinately time-consuming approaches. Dr. Karp received his A.B., S.M., and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University, receiving his Ph.D. in 1959. His early ...

  8. Karp's 21 NP-complete problems - Wikipedia's_21_NP-complete_problems

    In computational complexity theory, Karp's 21 NP-complete problems are a set of computational problems which are NP-complete. In his 1972 paper, "Reducibility Among Combinatorial Problems", [1] Richard Karp used Stephen Cook 's 1971 theorem that the boolean satisfiability problem is NP-complete [2] (also called the Cook-Levin theorem) to show ...

  9. Richard M. Karp mainly investigates Genetics, Matching, Computational biology, Algorithm and Protein Interaction Networks. His Matching research includes themes of Set, Topology, Travelling salesman problem, Sequence and Integer programming.

  10. Richard M. Karp‬ - ‪Google Scholar

    A survey of parallel algorithms for shared-memory machines. RM Karp, V Ramachandran. University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA. , 1989. 1457. 1989. Topologically-aware overlay construction and server selection. S Ratnasamy, M Handley, R Karp, S Shenker. Proceedings.

  11. Parallel Computing Pioneers - Richard M. Karp

    Richard M. Karp. Professor of Computer Science & Engineering and Adjunct Professor of. Molecular Biotechnology, University of Washington. Throughout his long and distinguished career, Richard M. Karp has made major contributions to the fields of computer science, mathematics, operations research, statistics, engineering, and molecular biology ...