Algorithmic Information Theory - FS23, USI

Course information

Time Room Lecturer

Tuesdays and Thursdays 14:30-16:15 D1.14 Charles Bédard

For questions please contact Charles Bédard.

AIT Seminar

On June 1st (14:30, D1.14), Charles Bédard will animate a conversation between Charles Bennett and David Deutsch on the nature of computation, incompleteness and mathematics.
Papers Date and speakers
[1]Information distance, Charles H. Bennett, Peter Gács, Ming Li, Paul MB Vitányi, and Wojciech H. Zurek (IEEE Transactions on information theory, 44(4):1407--1423, 1998)May 25th, 14:30, D1.14: Marilena Palomba
[2]Compression-based data mining of sequential data, Eamonn Keogh, Stefano Lonardi, Chotirat Ann Ratanamahatana, Li Wei, Sang-Hee Lee, and John Handley (Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 14:99--129, 2007)May 25th, 14:30, D1.14: Pasquale Polverino
[3]Algorithmic randomness and physical entropy, Wojciech H. Zurek (Physical Review A, 40(8):4731, 1989)May 30th, 14:30, D1.14: William Schober
[4]Logical depth and physical complexity, Charles H. Bennett (The Universal Turing Machine A Half-Century Survey, pages 227--257, 1988)May 30th, 14:30, D1.14: Ali Egemen Ener
[5]Stationary algorithmic probability, Markus Müller (Theoretical Computer Science, 411(1):113--130, 2010)June 6th, 13:30, D1.15: Vincent Herrmann
[6]Less is More: Parameter-Free Text Classification with Gzip, Zhiying Jiang, Matthew Y.R. Yang, Mikhail Tsirlin, Raphael Tang, Jimmy Lin (arXiv:2212.09410)June 6th, 13:30, D1.15: Volodymyr Kyrylov
[7]A theory of universal artificial intelligence based on algorithmic complexity, Marcus Hutter (arXiv preprint cs/0004001, 2000)June 6th, 13:30, D1.15: Aditya Ramesh
[8]Measuring complexity to infer changes in the dynamics of ecological systems under stress, Vasilis Dakos and Fernando Soler-Toscano (Ecological Complexity, 32:144--155, 2017)June 6th, 13:30, D1.15: Tommaso Marzi
[9]Fast whole-genome phylogeny of the covid-19 virus sars-cov-2 by compression, Rudi L. Cilibrasi and Paul MB Vitányi (bioRxiv, pages 2020--07, 2020)June 6th, 13:30, D1.15: Qianbo Zang
[10]Algorithmic statistics: Forty years later, Nikolay Vereshchagin and Alexander Shen (Computability and Complexity, pages 669--737. Springer, 2017)June 7th, 13:30, D1.15: Martina Boschi
[11]The use of ideas of information theory for studying ''language'' and intelligence in ants, Boris Ryabko and Zhanna Reznikova (Entropy, 11(4):836--853, 2009)June 7th, 13:30, D1.15: David Esteban Alarcón Flores, Davide Casnici
[12]Quantum Kolmogorov complexity based on classical descriptions, Paul MB Vitányi (IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 47(6):2464--2479, 2001)June 7th, 13:30, D1.15: Lorenzo Laneve
[13]Strongly Universal Quantum Turing Machines and Invariance of Kolmogorov Complexity, Markus Muller (IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 763-780, Feb. 2008)June 7th, 13:30, D1.15: Carla Sophie Rieger