Sorelle A. Friedler. Geometric Algorithms for Objects in Motion. Dissertation committee: Prof. David Mount (chair), Prof. William Gasarch, Prof. Samir Khuller, Prof. Steven Selden, Prof. Amitabh Varshney. Defense date: July 30, 2010. [PDF] [presentation]
Sorelle A. Friedler and David M. Mount. Spatio-temporal range searching over compressed kinetic sensor data. In Proc. of the European Symposium on Algorithms (ESA), pages 386-397, 2010. [PDF (preprint) | link] [TR]
2nd Workshop on Massive Data Algorithmics, 2010 [PDF]
Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2009 [PDF]
Sorelle A. Friedler and David M. Mount. Realistic compression of kinetic sensor data. Technical Report CS-TR-4959, University of Maryland, College Park, 2010. [PDF | TR]
Sorelle A. Friedler and David M. Mount. Approximation algorithm for the kinetic robust k-center problem. Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, 2010. (doi: 10.1016/j.comgeo.2010.01.001). [PDF (preprint) | link]
Sorelle A. Friedler and David M. Mount. Compressing kinetic data from sensor networks. In Proc. of the 5th International Workshop on Algorithmic Aspects of Wireless Sensor Networks (AlgoSensors), pages 191 - 202, 2009. [PDF (preprint) | link] [TR]
Sorelle A. Friedler, Yee Lin Tan, Nir J. Peer, and Ben Shneiderman. Enabling teachers to explore grade patterns to identify individual needs and promote
fairer student assessment. Computers & Education, 51(4):1467-1485, December
2008. [PDF (preprint) | link]
This project started as a class project for Ben Shneiderman's Information Visualization class,
which I took in the Spring of 2007. The associated journal paper was published in December 2008.
This project started as a class project for Jeff Foster's Program Analysis and Understanding class, which I took in the Spring of 2006. This program tracks type qualifiers dynamically.
Survivable Network Design:
This project was started when I was an intern at AT&T in the Summer of 2006. It involves implementing Jain's algorithm for survivable network design.
Book Reviews and Other Work
Sorelle A. Friedler. Review of Pioneering Women in American Mathematics: the Pre-1940 PhD's by Judy Green and Jeanne LaDuke. Book review. ACM SIGACT News 42(2): 37-41, 2011.
[PDF | link]
Sorelle A. Friedler. Change is possible: stories of women and minorities in mathematics by Patricia Clark Kenschaft, published by AMS, 2005 212 pages, softcover.
Book review. ACM SIGACT News, 41(2):47-50, 2010.
[PDF | link]
Algorithms for Calculating Statistical Properties of Moving Points.
Dissertation proposal. January 14, 2009.
As an undergraduate at Swarthmore College I had the opportunity to do
research through the Mathematics department and the Computer Science
department. While these papers were never submitted for publication,
I did make a point of writing up my results.
Survey of Identified Small World Networks. Spring 2004.
Friedler, Sorelle and Talvacchia, Janet.
Sufficient Condition for a 4-Dimensional Vector Orbi-Space to Admit
a Faithful Symplectic SU(2) Action. Summer 2003.