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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × Latvia
1 × The Netherlands
1 × United Kingdom
6 × USA
Collaborated with:
C.Chekuri S.Khanna G.Naves N.Goyal N.Olver M.Mydlarz Y.Azar I.R.Cohen S.Kamara N.Jain I.Menache J.Naor P.Donovan A.Vetta G.T.Wilfong V.Guruswami R.Rajaraman M.Yannakakis
Talks about:
flow (4) multicommod (3) disjoint (3) problem (3) path (3) edg (3) network (2) graph (2) oversubscrib (1) constrain (1)

Person: F. Bruce Shepherd

DBLP DBLP: Shepherd:F=_Bruce

Contributed to:

ICALP (1) 20132013
STOC 20132013
ICALP (2) 20122012
STOC 20082008
STOC 20072007
STOC 20062006
STOC 20052005
STOC 20042004
ICALP 20032003
STOC 19991999

Wrote 10 papers:

ICALP-v1-2013-ChekuriNS #graph
Maximum Edge-Disjoint Paths in k-Sums of Graphs (CC, GN, FBS), pp. 328–339.
STOC-2013-AzarCKS #bound #online
Tight bounds for online vector bin packing (YA, IRC, SK, FBS), pp. 961–970.
ICALP-v2-2012-JainMNS #migration #network #virtual machine
Topology-Aware VM Migration in Bandwidth Oversubscribed Datacenter Networks (NJ, IM, JN, FBS), pp. 586–597.
The vpn conjecture is true (NG, NO, FBS), pp. 443–450.
STOC-2007-DonovanSVW #network
Degree-constrained network flows (PD, FBS, AV, GTW), pp. 681–688.
STOC-2006-ChekuriKS #constant #graph
Edge-disjoint paths in Planar graphs with constant congestion (CC, SK, FBS), pp. 757–766.
STOC-2005-ChekuriKS #multi #problem
Multicommodity flow, well-linked terminals, and routing problems (CC, SK, FBS), pp. 183–192.
STOC-2004-ChekuriKS #multi #problem
The all-or-nothing multicommodity flow problem (CC, SK, FBS), pp. 156–165.
ICALP-2003-ChekuriMS #multi
Multicommodity Demand Flow in a Tree (CC, MM, FBS), pp. 410–425.
STOC-1999-GuruswamiKRSY #algorithm #approximate #problem
Near-Optimal Hardness Results and Approximation Algorithms for Edge-Disjoint Paths and Related Problems (VG, SK, RR, FBS, MY), pp. 19–28.

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