Ke Yi 易珂
Office: Room 3547 (via lifts 25, 26)
Database theory and algorithms; data summarization; sampling; parallel and distributed algorithms; data streams; data structures; external memory algorithms; computational geometry; data mining.
Exploiting the rich interdependence between theory and practice is the main theme of my research. I always strive to design algorithms with nice theoretical guarantees that also work well in practice. I like simple algorithms with nontrivial and elegant analyses. I like theories that bring insights to how things should be done in practice (this includes lower bounds!).
Systems projects involved: XDB
I belong to both the Theoretical Computer Science group and the Database group at HKUST.
My research has been supported by Hong Kong RGC, Alibaba, Huawei, Microsoft, and Google.
Students and Postdocs
Former students and postdocs:
COMP 2711: Discrete Mathematical Tools for Computer Science
MSBD 5003: Big Data Computing
Courses taught in the past:
COMP 2711: Discrete Mathematical Tools for Computer Science (17S)
COMP 3711: Design and Analysis of Algorithms (08F, 09S, 09F, 11F, 12F, 14F, 15S, 15F, 16S)
COMP 3721: Theory of Computation (11S, 12S, 13S)
COMP 5711: Advanced Algorithms (14F, 15F, 16F, 17F, 18F)
COMP 5713: Computational Geometry (10S)
MSBD 5003: Big Data Computing (17S, 17F, 18S, 18F)
COMP 6311D: Hot Topics on Big Data: Algorithms, Analytics and Applications (13F)
COMP 670S: Data Stream Algorithms (10F)
COMP 670R: Hashing (09F)
COMP 670Q: I/O-Efficient Algorithms and Data Structures (08S)
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Phone: +852-2358 8770
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