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Bill Kantor

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DIMACS workshop on groups and computation
Posted: Sep 13, 1991 3:03 PM
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OCTOBER 7-10, 1991

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers from the
computer science, symbolic algebra and group theory communities in order
to explore the interplay between three primary areas: the complexity of
computing with groups, implementation issues for group computations on
both sequential and parallel machines, and the application of groups to
important problems in computer science. The organizing committee
consists of Larry Finkelstein, Daniel Gorenstein, William Kantor and
Charles Sims.

The technical sessions will begin on Monday October 7 and end at lunch
time on Thursday October 10. All sessions will held at the CORE building
on the Busch Campus of Rutgers, across the river from New Brunswick. A
block of rooms has been reserved at the Holiday Inn in South Plainfield
(4701 Stelton Road, 908-753-5500). The rate for the workshop
participants is $63 per day, single or double occupancy, for a room with
two double beds. You should make your reservation directly with Holiday
Inn, mentioning the DIMACS workshop. Also, a block of rooms has been
reserved at the Franklin Inn, (1012 Stelton Road, Piscataway,
908-981-9200) at the rate of $45 per night. If it is particularly
inconvenient to make your own hotel reservation, please contact Pat Toci
( at the DIMACS office as soon as possible, and
she will make the reservations for you. Both hotels will provide a
shuttle bus to the DIMACS Center each morning and back each evening.
Maps and local information will be sent to participants in a
later mailing.

Further information can be obtained from Larry Finkelstein, College of
Computer Science, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115, e-mail: or William Kantor, Department of
Mathematics, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 97403, e-mail:

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